The 69 Mustang has been at Hackbeery Auto Body for 4 months and the body and paint work is beautiful. Picked it up mid August and started to complete the reassemble.
The color (Granite Silver) shown like it really is in the in these two pictures. The one below is loaded into the car trailer to bring it back to my shop.
Unload at the shop my camera did not show off the paint very good.
The new grill was installed first the parking lights mount on the bumper so will go in when the new bumpers arrive.
Next all the weather striping was installed the two photo's below show the trunk lid being done.
Headliner was next but the dome light had to go in first.
The gray material is thermal and noise insulation glued to the top then the headliner was hung in place be the bows, back bow first, the stainless roof molding and gutter had to go in first.
The old wind lace was cut into 1" pieces and used to clip the edges of the headliner in place while fitting.
The area around the rear window was the most difficult to fit.
Once clipped and fit in place then it was glued, stretched (all the wrinkles) and re clipped until the glue set.
Above and below shows the Dynamat sound and thermal barrier installed on the floor.
A new carpet kit was installed over the Dynamat and the seat belts reinstalled.
The dash was put back in when I found that the front inside window trim could not be installed with the padded dash in place so it came back out until the front glass in put in.
A couple more carpet pictures.
My computer died that my camera is connected to so some of the pictures were lost. The window regulators in the doors and quarter windows were a challenge to figure out but I got all 4 installed along with the quarter glass but the door glass will have to be installed by Jim's House of Glass who is providing and installing the windshield next week. After that the interior of the car can be completed, the bumpers and all of the exterior trim can be done. So I am about two weeks away from completing this project, then it will be delivered to my son and grandson in northern California who will pick out and install the new wheels, tires and have the alignment done.