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22 Oct 2019 14:41 #38660 by johnmereness
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Would it be possible to poke your camera into all the corners upper, lower. front, back, and etc., plus all four corners of trunk lid too - Your appear to be the fore-leader in how a proper trunk should be done - more or less you are the "history detective."?

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23 Oct 2019 19:18 #38672 by Michael R
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just an old dirty trunk...






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23 Oct 2019 19:21 #38673 by Michael R
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23 Oct 2019 19:24 #38674 by Michael R
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23 Oct 2019 20:27 #38675 by Terry Cockerell
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Hi Michael, thanks for these wonderful pictures. It is astonishing that it had all survived. It sets a benchmark for restorations.
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Terry Cockerell
Australia

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24 Oct 2019 13:52 - 24 Oct 2019 13:52 #38683 by johnmereness
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Awesome trunk pictures. And, awesome car - not many survive in this state - needle in a haystack !!! I know this is a lot to ask, though could you do two more photos to see a little more detail looking from the trunk floor up at the top corners of the trunk around the hinges R & L which I would assume to be mirrors of each other. Interesting how they have the screws visible on the straps - not as finished as if they had screws on inside, yet screws probably then would damage the tool bag). Thank you again for the help.

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