69 Motion Equipped Resto

Discussion in 'The Bench' started by Duane, May 25, 2018.

  1. Duane

    Duane Member

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    We are starting on the car so I figured I would post some pics. Here are some that Jimmy took in 2003.
    Last edited: Sep 20, 2018
  2. StagedCat

    StagedCat Platinum Level Contributor

    Pics not loading......
  3. marxjunk

    marxjunk Well-Known Member

    click on them like thumb nails and they will open..i just clicked on the blank box, and they open in another window..
  4. Paul Stewart

    Paul Stewart Well-Known Member

    Not for this cowboy, bad file type?
  5. wovenweb

    wovenweb Platinum Level Contributor

    They open for me as pdf files. (Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  6. 1972Mach1

    1972Mach1 Just some guy.....

    Works fine on my phone. Excited to see the progress as it goes!
  7. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Duane can’t see.?
  8. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

  9. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Love that car
  10. Duane

    Duane Member

    Now that I fixed some "technical" problems, here are a few more pics.
    We assembled the chassis in a few hours. It was easy because Billy brought his friends over and all the parts were ready. Then Nick put the body back on the frame and we loaded it on the trailer.
    Nick from Ivyland Collision will be doing the resto.

    Also pictured here are all the Original 1969 4-speed Linkage, back-drive and shifter. A big thanks to Jason Cook and Rich & Tim Garland. The only thing missing from this is the Handle, which James Weinman is sending me.

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  11. 70sportwagon

    70sportwagon Silver Level contributor

    Thanks for the pics! Now I can inventory the stuff for my stick car, LOL. Those Hurst wheels look awesome on that car by the way...
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  12. rgs455

    rgs455 Well-Known Member

    This is going to be a great thread. Best of luck on the restoration! Can’t wait to see it completed.
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  13. Paul Stewart

    Paul Stewart Well-Known Member

    I can see them on my computer, just not on the Ipad. Cool car, will be following the resto...………….
  14. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Super excited for this, Duane. Nick will do a knockout job, no doubt.
  15. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    Can't remember from the other thread what shape the body is in, but if you need, I have a very nice rust-free '69 OE pass. floor (incl. Firewall/saddle bags/rockers) and '69 trunk floor. Also a handful of NOS '69 parts. Other than a speedometer and a pair of front marker lenses, not sure what's there - Some was/is Sportwagon specific.
  16. Tom Miller

    Tom Miller Loch Ness Monster

    What color is it? Blue Mist, or aqua?

    Just painted my 69 Today. Last one for me, too much time and work.

    That Motion car is going to be really neat!

    Attached Files:

  17. marxjunk

    marxjunk Well-Known Member

    i dont think that mechanism is date coded for a 69...im no expert..but the camaro guys have broken all the codes...the info is out there..i found it with a simple google in the past
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  18. Duane

    Duane Member

    The body is in very good shape, floors are good as is the trunk. It has a spot of rust at the back corners of the rear window, and another small spot on 1 rear quarter behind the wheel. There was also some rust behind the chrome piece on the bottom of the front window, but that's it. Both front fenders are from Arizona, and the Hood and trunk lid we are using are very nice. Core support is from out west and is done. Other then a patch for the passenger side inner fender the sheet metal has been taken care of.

    Nick & I picked up almost everything today. There is only a couple of pieces left. I swapped him a bunch of parts I had cleaned and he gave me more to do.

    The only things we don't remember finding are the vinyl top die cast corners, and the outside driver side remote mirror. They were beautiful used pieces from California and were in a box together, but we don't know where we put it.

    If we can't find them then we will need some replacements pretty fast.

    Picked up the front wheel well moldings today, and they look real nice. (They were on the original front clip.) You should be getting a care package very soon, and thanks for the help.
    Last edited: May 26, 2018
  19. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    Minimal body work is excellent! I'm sure (hope anyway) that you'll find that box. All my corners are '70-72 (I think). Fred might have an NOS mirror. Did the car come with a dealer installed right side mirror? Seems like something Motion would've wanted.

    Sounds like this one could be done in relatively short order if Nick isn't too backed up and being a '69 Motion GS he might even bump it up:). Tell him I said Hi. You're going to need a bigger garage:).
  20. Duane

    Duane Member

    The car is a light blue metallic with a blue bucket seat interior. I think they call it Crystal blue.
    Love the turquoise color of your car.
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