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After the frame was painted it was time to start installing the break lines.
The fuel pump is installed.
The fuel filter is installed.
Before the fuel lines were run.
After the fuel lines were run.
We need to check the fit of the fuel tank on the frame before we start to paint it.
Fuel tank is prepped and ready for the primer process.
Fuel tank primed and ready to go.
The body is ready for paint after we smoothed it down one last time.
We have to paint the body and all body parts at the same time to make sure everything comes out the same color.
Here is a picture of the driver side after the final coat of paint was put on.
Bottom windshield molding getting prepped for paint.
Top windshield frame prepped for paint.
Upper windshield frame painted.
Inner window door garnishing painted and ready to be installed.
Fuel tank installed.
Fuel lines installed.
1932 stock radiator shell bezel, emblem and cap installed.
Since the stock radiator cap could not be used, we permanently mounted it by fabricating a metal brace.