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Trunk pans

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Inside the trunk, they cover the inner rear quarters. Are they there to keep stuff from falling down in the gap ? Here's another shot..
 

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Probably there for noise insulation, have you looked at www.amesperf.com to see if they are available?
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OPG has them. There in good shape. I will keep them in. Solid point for plug welds. A couple more before and after shots. Thanks for the feedback, TODD
 

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I see this Catalina page isn't very exciting. How can it be livened up ? More picts? How many are actually doing work in there garage ?
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Picked up the Cat a couple years ago. It had been sitting for several years in the desert. Actually got it started and on to the trailer. Had to finish a Ford before tearing apart a real car. Began the resto mid August 2012.
 

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Trunk pans 2

A little closer. Welded, sealed and primed. Just about ready for Lizard skin. sugesstions are always welcome or criticism.
 

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Looks like it just came off the assembly line.
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Window channels

No one else is building a project out there. Who has all the Cat parts in this forum ? Here are the new window channels....
 
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