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    the rear deck lid and its dino badgeDSC09991.jpg
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    Stunning !
    The problem is not the car.....it's the biscuits.

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    Stunning !
    thanks, returning this car to its former glory was hard work.

    now its time to sell it.
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    I will be posting additional detailed photos tomorrow and a list of all the restoration work performed
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    Rock,

    Looks great wish you could work on mine next! How hard is it to take out the front windscreen moulding?

    Rob
    Robert Garven
    1975 Dino 308 GT4 #10766

    Ventura, CA


    "Entry level Ferrari, ideal for one who wants expensive maintenance without the stigma of owning a more expensive model"
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    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    lazer straight, just imagine driving this work of art in 1979


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    Quote Originally Posted by robertgarven View Post
    Rock,

    Looks great wish you could work on mine next! How hard is it to take out the front windscreen moulding?

    Rob
    Hello Rob

    the complexity of glass removal and installion all depend on what adhesive was used. The original material was butyl and it makes removal quite easy.
    Modern urethanes are more difficult to work with, urethane will hold the glass in the car better than butyl. I like butyl and so will the next guy that removes the glass after me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    I will be posting additional detailed photos tomorrow and a list of all the restoration work performed
    Rock,

    The car looks amazing!

    Did you go with a "2-stage paint process", and did you strip it to bare metal first?

    What prep-work is required for re-dying the interior (ie: sanding the leather)?

    Thank you!

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