1969 Beaumont rebuild

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:20 pm
Hey troops,

Got going on this one, she needs a little lovin! Staying pretty much stock with a brake upgrade.

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Interesting front brake line placement :)

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Front clip removed, nothing too dramatic here,

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The 307 going to get a rebuild,

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Floors and braces pretty rotten,

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Body being lifted!

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Front right cowl/rocker area,

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Frame needs a little work,

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Rear frame is good,

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Trunk floor cut out,

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Already started patches on the rear 1/4s,

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:17 pm
More sheet metal work done on the 69.

New upper cowl installed,

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New one piece trunk floor and drop downs. We also decided to replace the wheel wells.

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New floor pan all finished,
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New toe boards going in,

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Along with the new toe boards we are installing new front body mount braces. As this is a convertible the part isn't available, but if you order parts for a GTO hardtop they are exactly what you need, go figure! The issue is that the convertible has two rubber mounts on each side while the hardtop has only one (same as a Chevelle). The Pontiac apparently has them both so there we go.

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Left side all done,

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Right side underway,

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New 1/4 skins patiently waiting their turn,

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Until next time!



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 6:31 pm
Well we got the frame off to get sandblasted and covered with epoxy. All the floors and trunk pans are installed, seams are sealed and two coats of semi gloss black have been applied.

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The paint was still wet in these photos which is why it looks shiny.

When the frame gets back from the blasters we'll install the power train, brake and fuel lines and bolt it back together for the last time.



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:45 pm
Well we got the engine/trans back together and in the frame,

Engine day on the weekend lol!

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Engine getting mated up to the trans,

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Frame got blasted and epoxied/urethane topcoat,

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Going back together,

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And the frame bolted back up to the body for the final time,

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Now to replace the rear 1/4's and start the body work!


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:04 am
Made some headway on the 1/4's,

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