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Old 05-03-2009, 04:31 PM
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37 Zephyr rear deck question... Help!

Hey guys,
Its been awhile since Ive checked in but its a dyer Emergency. Well maybe not that big of deal but I do need help. I finally decided to get started on the 37 Zephyr and find myself not knowing what this part is supposed to look like. It has been crunched in pretty good and I need to know what the lower body line looks like. Im talking about the part right around the trunk seal where it is visible from the out side.Is it a rolled edge or a sharp edge? Does anyone have a pic of their Zeph. with the trunk lid open? It would be a giant help. Thanks in advance.





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Old 05-28-2009, 08:58 PM
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I take it ,the deck is damaged also? it looks like you know what your doing.The zepher is extremly popular for rodding,it might sound dumb but I have to ask,did you google it?I have many pics of the zepher,I'll go through them and see what I got
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What the heck,I just checked out your photos.Your building a plymouth?I cant believe how many of these babies I've found on here.I have a 48 biz coupe I'm finishing up.What a great car.
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