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  1. well it was on the way to the crusher when i found it.... it started as a fix the battery tray rust got carried away left the windshield & headliner original, mint and in place during process. nobody would try to cut glass for me, said it might take 2-3 windshields to get it right... or I found someone and gotta bring it 600 miles ....and leave it for a week ...and if it gets broke later, i gotta do the whole thing all over again. estimates for a windshield plus my time included $500-$1500 bla bla bla . just for the windshield (or two or three) to be cut! and the whole time im standin there with this sawzall and a welder. why do it this way.....cheaper & easier maybe? I wasnt sure about the cowl gap except i can work in hidden wipers now. yup removed a strip of metal from under the windshield. dropped it into the cowl 5" slits from rear side windows towards the rear . sides and front cut free, left the roof/hatch connected when dropped. A-pillars now drop into the inside of the doors/ doors needed re-working.
  2. Z RAT ROD SOJI SUSHI L28,5spd,chopped,shaved,etc..... not finished
  3. 1971 240Z RAT L28,5sp,chopped,shaved,etc.......
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