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    Back into our 67👍

    So itís been way to long since Iíve had time to play with the 67, last year/ winter I helped my older Brother who loss his wife to cancer find a new Focus in life. Something to help put a smile back on his face! His chose a 65 as Impala, last winter we rebuilt the SBC added a 700r, disc breaker, FiTech, along with some other goodies! Success, he put 6,000 miles on her, power tour included and a lot of car shows. Could not be happier for him, now itís time to get back at the body and paint project. Iím really happy with how solid she is. Decided to start on the roof and work my way down. The rear of the roof was pushed in abit so I tried MD-1 pry tool approach and it worked out great, next was the old seam caulk and a lot of finger sanding to clean them out! So far so good, Iíll go over the rest of the roof and hit it with some etching primer before filling the seams back in with some epoxy self leveling seam filler!Click image for larger version. 

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    More bear metal.

    Able to get a little more primer off the roof today, hoping to have the roof all down to metal this week, a few hours at a time👍 Be a lot easier if work didnít get in the way LMAO!
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    Roof is looking good. I'm working on mechanics and haven't got to body yet, I wish I was doing body. Stick with your brother, I know how that is, I lost mine 12 yrs ago.

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    Ever wish your 108Ē ?

    I never thought I wished we didnít buy into a 108Ē van! LMAO! It didnít seem to matter till you start sanding it! Just kidding, canít wait to be hauling the Grandkids around with two row seating behind me🤪Click image for larger version. 

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    More then 1/2 way👍

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    Cool

    That is very pretty roof panel and drip rails...
    Keep up the good work...
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Was up early today

    I was able to sand the rest of the roof this morning with 80 grit, need to take a break and help Mom out with a project, then I hit the roof with 180 grit and start prepping for etching primer 👍Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks guys, Iím really fortunate that the old girl is really solid it cuts down on metal work for sure.

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    Nooks and crannies!

    So they say the Devil is in the details, this weeks project has been the underside of the drip rail! Definitely a lot of knooks and corners lol!Click image for larger version. 

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    Iím trying to get to the point weíre I can etch prime from the bottom of the windows up by this Sunday! Stay toon.

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    Sunday Morning

    Was able to spray the two coats of etching primer on this morning, very happy with how it Sprayed out! First time using it. Click image for larger version. 

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    WOW LOOKING GOOD! She'll be a pretty little van with all your nice work.
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    Break time is over!

    So itís good to get back out in the shop, the chicago crappy weather helps make it easy lol! After a quick clean up and getting my head wrapped around whatís next. Iím sanding from the roof line down to a couple of inches below the window line all the way around. Jams and window radius included so I can spray some more etching primer on. Iíll double back with seam filler in the drip rails and then spray some filler primer on.Click image for larger version. 

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    man that thing is incredibly clean even around the windshield. very nice!
    1970 108 panel, 350, 700R4, power tilt steering, power brakes, power windows
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    Just lucky

    We were very fortunate to find such a clean van, especially on eBay without looking at it in person! You never know whatís under other peopleís work till itís down to metal!
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    Sunday morning!

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    Was able to sand 95% to a few inches below the windo this AM, after lunch Iíll double back on the small nooks and crannies! Looking good but thereís a handful of little dings to deal with and Iíll clean up the inside around the window in the same way.
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    Was able to lay down some more Primer this afternoon, a little at a time 👍
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    Looks great! What kind of sander are you using?

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    ​nice work you are doidoing there ! Bill
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    Sorry about the spelling .
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    I saw it on Detroit steel car show!

    Quote Originally Posted by VanSandy View Post
    Looks great! What kind of sander are you using?
    Beleave it or not I started with a razor blade on the flats, (seen it on a car show) then a wire wheel on the window radius and door jams, then hand sand with 80-120 for the stubborn primer and finish with 180 before the wipe down then primer. I did try a electric orbital sander but I always went back to hand sanding! Did I mention I'm not a body work guy LOL!
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    Dash attack

    Started sanding on the dash, figuring my next move will be the nose and the dash! I need to mock up weíre the AC vents will go and the control head unit before primer.
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    Nice work!

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    Don't ask me!! I'm still stuck on "who am I?" and "What do I want?"

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    Cool

    Good looking work being done.
    I could not help but notice the most painted over color these vans came in.
    Around the interiors panels.
    Sea Foam Green...

    Last edited by Wookee; 01-27-2020 at 09:23 AM.
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Popular color!

    The foam green and white combo was a good looking color combo, Iím planning on Elkhart blue that came on the 67 Corvettes to be the main color with a silver or gray combo to change it up a bit with some tasteful pinstriping! Looking forward to getting to that point. Thanks guys for the 👍, Iíll keep the pictures coming. Back to mocking up the dash for the AC vents!
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    I hated to do this!

    So I moved on to the dash and popping four holes in the clean dash hurt me but the pay off will be AC to keep the wife happy 👍Click image for larger version. 

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    I also machined a mounting plate for the control head unit. I need to machine the hole for the head unit add a few radius and polish!
    Cruzbox

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    Cool AC

    Those ac vents will come in handy, nicely done.
    If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space..JM2C...hehehe
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    Cool

    Adding new holes for needed items should be pain free.
    While the whole "it is only stock once" can come into play.
    Sorry, adding some thing like A/C to these old girls just trumps the whole bone stock card...
    I cut my dash to install a newer head unit for my tunes....
    I would love to have A/C
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Sealed up the drip rails

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    The epoxy seam sealer went on nice, it took a buddy and myself to apply, one squeezing the caulk gun and the other giving it a little smear with the finger!
    Cruzbox

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    nice job!
    1970 108 panel, 350, 700R4, power tilt steering, power brakes, power windows
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    Dakota Digital going!

    So I started on the install of The Dakota Digital cluster that was made for a early Chevy II. Click image for larger version. 

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    After some Dremal trimming and thinking I was able to fit it into the factory cluster trim face piece! Next will be a little trimming on the vans steel support flange! Time to get cleaned up for the Big Game!
    Cruzbox

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    Cool

    Bet you hated cutting on that $$$ new gauge cluster. Looks Great.
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    You bet!

    Funny you mention that, I had a extra cup of coffee while I was thinking it through lol.

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    Finishing the trimming for the gages.

    So this morning I was able to finalize on the trimming for the gages to fit👍Click image for larger version. 

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    I will machine a bracket to add a little extra support.
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    nice work, looks good!
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    This is a great thread ! Thank you for the pics and updates ! Keep EM coming . Bill
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    NICE!!!
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    Looks Good

    That is looking really nice! Fine job!
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    Thumbs up

    Looks great! Keep it going.
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    Finished up the gage install.

    So I finished up the marching on the gage brackets 👍Click image for larger version. 

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    Finally some Van time!

    I was able to head to the shop with a cup of coffee and get back to more sanding this morning. The wife pick out some interior colors so if all goes good the dog house and dash will have some paint on them Monday!
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    Ashtray cover up!

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ID:	41707since I added the AC unit I lost the use of the ashtray, so I came up with a flip down cover that I can add Charging ports to at a later date, I remembered the ashtray once I laid out the small parts that need to be prepped for paint. I drilled two 1/4Ē holes in the web of the dash and mounted a small magnet to the back side of the cover.
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