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    President Member swvalcon's Avatar
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    62 gt trunk lid

    Had some time today to get the beat up, rusty old 62 hawk trunk lid up into a heavy coat of primer so it could dry for a few days. I'm sure it will need a lot of straight board sanding and more primer before it's done. The way the latch is built it will be easy to go electric opener with a cable back up system.
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    It always feels good to make a little progress.


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    I have a GT trunk moulding for sale. If there is any interest I will try to determine the shipping cost from Canada (Manitoba) to the USA. I may also put it on Ebay. minor marks and needs to have black paint finished.

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    Looks like a 64 trunk lid.

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    Steve, is that a '62 or '64 deck lid? I don't see the recessed area for the inlay. You do nice work, too bad I'm in Florida. Bill

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    Steve, I think that is the deck lid from your '64 Hawk. Speaking of your '64 Hawk, how is it coming along?

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    Not a stock '62 Lid, that's for SURE!
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    I'm sorry guy's but I pulled a bit of a fast one on you by not posting the rest of the pictures. It started out as a beat up 62 lid. You will notice there is no hole for a lock. I plan to go electric & cable so didn't see a need for one. There will be a button in the consul and a flipper leaver next to the seat. As they say, have tin and welder will travel.
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    You sneaky devil!! Looks good and you fooled us all. Bill

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