Stopped by the Rod Shop to drop off the Dakota Digital parts this morning and get some update pictures. I forgot to get some of the pictures I wanted while at the shop today, but I have a few to go along with the updates. If you want to see some more install pics of the clutch pedal assembly you can check it out in this Rod Shop link http://www.jimsrodshop.net/Taylor_19...ElCamino__.htm
On a side note, under the carpet and all along the bottom of the car is exceptionally "clean" and rust free. So far except for the battery box area there has been no metal work that isn't related to the trans tunnel mod.
Next on the list is to get the tins back on it, then to get it motivating under it's own power. It's starting to resemble a car again!
Thanks for looking.
WTG Kyle...really looking good. It has been quite the journey for you!
Taking much longer than I expected.....I guess I'll learn patients one way or another!
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