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Old November 7th, 2010, 02:25 PM   #21
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Default Re: 1937 Volkster convertible

Started and finished the otherside of the cowl today. Also corrected the bodyline across the cowl from the bug door line. Close enough for filler work. Anyway, this is what the other side will look like when done.

Another view

Also completed the front top frame. Still need a couple more verticle supports and a panel to cover the nose of the grill. Also need to figure out the forward tilting hood.

Rolled it outside for the first time in a while.

The hood side panel lined up. The hood itself will need narrowed about 3/4 an inch on each side.

A couple overall shots:





Looks like a '37 Volkster! I've been waiting patiently for my new convertible top. When I have it in hand, I can start to address the rear panel and shape the rest of the rear to match that line of the top of the vert doors....if that makes any sense?
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