1970 Camaro 350 4 speed Project

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  1. sevitz5

    sevitz5 Veteran Member

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    Here is some pics of my problem.[​IMG][/IMG]
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    Help guys...LOL
     
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    Did it fit tight before you took it apart
     
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    yea, when I mocked up the car everything was good.
     
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    Looks like the left fender may be getting hung up on the headlight bucket?
    I think I'd take out the headlight buckets until the sheet metal is aligned.
    On mine, I have to get the upper and lower valences and inner fenders loosely assembled to the fenders, and nothing attached to the core support, and then set the door to fender gap, then start messing with the core support and tightening the valence while watching the hood gap.
     
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    BEAUTIFUL ... keep pics coming
     
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    The orange is so bad ass I didnt notice the gaps until the second glance
     
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    Thanks for the compliments.....it helps calm me down lol. I am getting pissed at these fenders and nose. I had great gaps before I painted it...now I cant get them back to save my a$$. I need to walk away for a few minutes. lol
     
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    Your paint looks great!
     
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    The gap looks straight it wont move anymore than the pic shows
     
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    Yea, they are straight, but I cant get them to move anymore. I had them closer than this when I put it together the first time.
     

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