Boy, it's been a long road getting this car done. My part was done awhile ago and Steve did the final assembly of the interior and some of the trim. I think he did a good job since this is the first car that he has really ever build. The only things that we didn't do were the seats and the top. While I did the body work and paint, Steve did the mechanics and interior. I think it came out pretty good.
I can't believe its been so long since I've been here. I've been busy with the 60 Chevy and Steve's been busy putting the Chevelle back together since I finally got the hood and fenders done. Sorry that there are no assembly pics of the interior going together, but I wasn't there, I would pop in once in awhile and never had my camera with me and Steve was concentrating on what he was doing. As you can see in the pics the Chevelle is almost all done, he is waiting for the top to be put on,we aren't going to try this, it will be the only thing that we didn't do,so I don't feel to bad over that. Its been along time coming and yesterday Steve took it on its maiden voyage and went nice and smooth. I will post more pics when the top is on and if I can, I will try to get some video of it and post that also.
I say bad stuff because there is nothing here that can be bought to do this repair, no inner wheel wheels for a 1960 Chevy anywhere that I could find, so the inner wheel lip will have to fabricated and the worst part is all the contours that are there, this is going to make me think and I don't like to think to hard. This is on the right side of the car, I haven't even looked on the left side.