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10 May 2021 21:44 #43122 by Terry Cockerell
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Bill can we see some pictures please?

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13 May 2021 22:49 #43145 by wcoye
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As requested photos of my trunk interior. Loose wires are a project in progress. I can't rotate photo with carpet folded back (and Scottie dog). There were moments of frustration but all in all a very satisfying project

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14 May 2021 03:32 #43148 by Terry Cockerell
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Good work Bill. Pretty as a picture.
I noticed that your rear bumper over riders are inverted.
Your Serial No 2240 A is not listed in The Timeless Classic but it is in Cord Complete. Are the over riders the right way for that time frame?
I am not nit picking but just interested.
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14 May 2021 03:48 #43149 by 1748 S
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The way Ron Irwin explained rear bumperettes was the Beverly had them pointed downwards like this above. I have not felt a need to verify this.


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15 May 2021 01:03 #43159 by wcoye
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My bumperetts came flipped when I bought the car. I was/am under the impression the placement was a personal preference so when I re-assembled the rear bumper I placed them upside down. I seem to remember reading or hearing this was also an attempt to limit locking bumpers.

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15 May 2021 02:01 #43160 by john mccall
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The recent pics of trunk interiors show some very nice workmanship , great materials and beautiful results. However when this thread was started we were trying to define what was in the trunk, and what it looked like when the cars came from the factory. Somehow when we put these pics on the system we need to qualify what information was used to define the materials, shapes of the materials and locations of the materials in the trunk. Otherwise someone perusing the thread could quickly get the idea that what is pictured is in fact, what it would have looked like the day it came out of the factory,, when that isn't necessarily the case.

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