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Rocker Panels- Convertible vs Westchester

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20 Jun 2020 14:18 #40391 by uconn_1965
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I can agree with Jim. A lot of the parts cars that I’ve had, the curved area on the rear rocket sill at the bottom of the doors are “loaded” with lead . Never really measured but many were easily 1” or more thick.

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20 Jun 2020 20:48 #40394 by 1748 S
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Terry I bet the extra door skins were a surprise finding during your body restoration. Now I'm going to be looking closely at my doors for this too.


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21 Jun 2020 20:39 #40397 by uconn_1965
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Another observation of mine is that some of the original body panels were welded together and were pretty crude. However the guys who did the body lead work were real craftsman. Many of the lead joints were “wiped” expertly, and many area of lead show no file marks. For some of your old school body men out there, you know what I’m talking about.

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