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Old May 9th, 2018, 09:18 AM
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Concerning the radiator, the tanks are shot also so a recore wont work?
If you are willing to go custom there is a well known company in the Corvette restoration field https://www.dewitts.com/ that might be able to make one.
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Yes; the water pump was bought after the fact and is just loosely on the engine. We will paint it here shortly. We are about to paint the car. In the next 2-3 weeks or so. Keeping it inside most of it's life has made the rust issue not an issue. It has numerous parking lot dings but needs no major metal work except for some spots in the trunk floor. It needs a front windshield and I see those are available. We are going to put a Vintage Air system on the car. The original radiator is no good and we must get a good radiator. Not sure exactly where to find that. Tks.
OPGI has them.
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We hopefully can start on the paint in the next two weeks.
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