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    Brakes, exhaust and trunk floor

    Hopefully these pictures work! Just wanted to share some progress, got my brake lines ran and the new exhaust in, as well as the roached out trunk floor out, wow that was a PITA! Anyways, just thought id share, thanks

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    Cody
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    Re: Brakes, exhaust and trunk floor

    Looking good and very original. Yes those trunk floors are a PITA, but you got it on the run.
    steve

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    Re: Brakes, exhaust and trunk floor

    Chassis and suspension look great too. (I'm doing brake and fuel lines on the Herald with the body on and no lift, speaking of a PTA.)
    Tom
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    1959 TR3A TS58023 (in case I never finish the one above)
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