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    Might hide one somewhere; I like the stock look and don’t want to cut a hole in the dash or pull the gauge package back apart. I could put one in the doghouse and wire it to the alternator output.
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    It's looking very nice!
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    Who says old Dodge vans cant be fast? Any check out who's driving, a young Lily Tomlin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Might hide one somewhere; I like the stock look and donít want to cut a hole in the dash or pull the gauge package back apart. I could put one in the doghouse and wire it to the alternator output.
    Looking GREAT Pat... Graft a mechanical volt gauged into the st cluster..
    Tried to send you a PM but you've reached you max & need to delete some. BUT that being said, Do you know of any 1960's to 1980's Dodge, Ford or GM window vans & hopefully they have glass in any bone yards near you???
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    Hey Joe; don’t know why it’s saying my PM is full; I’m showing that there’s nothing in there. Anyway, there’s a place called Glenn Jones Auto Salvage in Desoto, Mo; I’m sure he’s got something. I know he’s got a 68 dodge van with a clear title but it’s been there a long time and would be a seriously ambitious project. He told me several months ago he’d take $400 for it and he’d pull it out. I’m sure he’s got others, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Hey Joe; donít know why itís saying my PM is full; Iím showing that thereís nothing in there. Anyway, thereís a place called Glenn Jones Auto Salvage in Desoto, Mo; Iím sure heís got something. I know heís got a 68 dodge van with a clear title but itís been there a long time and would be a seriously ambitious project. He told me several months ago heíd take $400 for it and heíd pull it out. Iím sure heís got others, too.
    Thanks, don't need the whole thing, looking for a pre 80 van with both sides having windows. It's for a project
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    Tedious work this weekend. I had door hardware from 8 different doors for the side and rear doors that was rusted and clogged with old paint. Was able to clean it up and got enough parts to get all four doors functional. Also got my exhaust on. Beat the dents out of the bumpers and grill and got them painted.
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    Very nice! Some tinted glass would really set that van off imo!
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    Might do that! Thatís a lot of glass to tint. As soon as the glass is in and the mirrors are on, itís pretty much ready to drive.
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    It would be a lot to tint, but on days like today it would be worth it.
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    X2 on the tint. Once it's finished, you'll never regret it.
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    That looks good. If the glass is flat it would probably be as cheap to just have a new set of tinted glass cut for it rather than tinting it (but I suppose it has a slight curve to it




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    Wow what a a dramatic change! Beautifull job, the white bumpers go great with the blue paint. Look how far you have come!




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    That is looking sharp!

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    Thanks! Yeah I think it came out pretty decent for a low buck project.
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