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Old 09-12-2019, 07:58 PM
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Finally got the remainder of the necessary parts to fully assemble the body shell. Now hopefully I can carve some time out this weekend to get some things permanently in place.
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I ended up springing for new package tray sheet metal as mine was pretty rough in one corner, had been butchered for speakers at some point and had also fallen victim to some clown with a torch who cut the seat support braces off short...surprisingly, those seem impossible to buy, new or used! I knew if I didn't replace it now, I'd never forgive myself. One cool thing is that it comes with new trunk hinges and torsion springs.
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I thought this might be helpful. I used it when I built mine from basically the same condition you are starting with. It says it's for the earlier years, but I'm pretty sure it's all the same.

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I thought this might be helpful. I used it when I built mine from basically the same condition you are starting with. It says it's for the earlier years, but I'm pretty sure it's all the same.


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See if any of these help

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All I can say is "Wow"! I appreciate this info more then you can know. I was especially sweating positioning the firewall/floor pan supports as they are used to attach the subframe so this information is invaluable. Thanks for taking the time to post it up! I've definitely got some reading material to sift thru now
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Tom - that's some nice details - -thanks for sharing. Mine is a page from an old frame spec manual that Dad saved (Old bodyman - saved all sorts of good stuff!)
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You guys are welcome.....don't remember exactly where I got these, years of scouring the internet I suppose.......Novas are kinda my thing......

Following along on the build on Steve's as well......glad you are bringing her back...I'd do the same thing....

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