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Old 01-28-2013, 12:20 AM
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I have to disagree with Fuz. I've never had a squarebird with the tar paper painted unless it was a sloppy respray. My '59 has the original brown tar paper in the trunk lid and hood. Of course the hood paper has turned dark over the years due to engine grease and grime. The part of the paper underneath that isn't exposed that I can see definitely looks brownish and not white.

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I posted pics of my 2-owner 1960's trunk lid lining on here, sometime last year. It was a tanish-white color.

The underhood lining is a black color.

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Old 01-29-2013, 07:57 PM
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ours was all original and it was not painted body color it was all black tar paper that i very nicely cut and removed from the hood. and it is an early 60 bird.
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Old 01-31-2013, 06:32 PM
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My car looks great on the outside but boy it could use that but I'm one transmission bolt loose so can't even chance driving till fixed then will get struts redone and recromed
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i just cut all of the tar paper that i could get to out of the trunk of my new 60 it was bare metal under it and wet and covered with surface rust you can see in the pic link i posted else where that my tar paper was painted white like the car

on my other 60 the tar paper under the hood and the trunk was still the unpainted paper

i was under the impression that if a car had the tar paper under either the hood or the trunk then both of them got it

but on my white 60 the hood doesnt have the paper but the trunk did
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Picking up the bird tomorrow from upholstery shop cant wait the top and everything is all done!! the 1957 vette that we are working on runs as well we are droping that off at the show room.
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BETTER PICS TO COME!
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:33 PM
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IT RUNS!!!!








just got these done 2 days ago painted all black had them rechromed and all new tail light lenses
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:34 PM
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Stunning!
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Very, very beutiful. Congrats to a fantastic job!
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