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  • My Avanti
    1973 RQB 1984

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  1. Wasjunk

    Avanti NOS!

    Are you interested in selling the trim ring? If so set a price Dave
  2. Custom with material I supplied to match custom interior. I did prep work and then sent to Custom Craft in Texas to wrap
  3. Tom here are a couple pictures that help show
  4. Tom, I have the front post directly under the cowl mounts. I have also fabricated an extension out front with one support up to the radiator support as I do not like the weight of the front hanging. I cut the orig inner fenders out and built new so I was concerned with the front drooping while I did the inner fenders. With the center open I was able to replace the hog troughs as well with no issues.
  5. Another picture with it on the ground.
  6. This is an adjustable body cart by auto twirler. I use them in my shop and have had my Avanti on this one for months. Works great and very mobile with the large wheels
  7. Looking for the R3 plate on an R3 air box also an R2 air cleaner assembly Thanks Dave 515-975-8970
  8. I am not sure. It was on the car with wheel. I assume it is Nardi part. It is a 73 so it is the saginaw column with AMC keys. I can check Monday when back in the shop to see if there are any numbers on it. The horn button is a stand alone part with contact wire in hub adapter that it plugs into horn button.
  9. This is the original wheel from the 73 I am in the process of restoration. It was a wood three spoke in very poor condition.
  10. Modified my classic 3 spoke wheel to look more like an Avanti wheel
  11. I have had luck with an air powered gasket scraper. They vibrate more than work like a air chisel. A regulator on the air line helps with not being to aggressive.
  12. Thank you Unreal amount of hours to get here and many more to go!
  13. Completed work at my shop I wanted to get done including complete exhaust system, air intake system for LS motor and AC heat system hose routing and holes needed to complete body work. Back at home shop started first round of block sanding this weekend. Still a long way to go.
  14. Through the window openings works fine. I have had mine on and off many times while building the new chassis. I do support it where the body mounts are while off the frame and on the body cart.
  15. I put new troughs in. Treated inside with epoxy before installing using panel bonding epoxy and stainless avex rivets to attach bonding strips and also to body. Very happy with the result as body is very ridged. Door alignment does not change even on hoist they open and close perfect.
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