Been busy "restoring" my 61 Lakewood 500

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Storm
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Re: Been busy "restoring" my 61 Lakewood 500

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Well I've decided to leave them out as I don't think it came with belts out of the factory. I think they were added later.
I can always put them in later if I'd like.

Also got most of the floors done with Kilmat. I left a few spots near the passenger front & driver's side. I have to get the accelerator pedal bracket in before I Kilmat the rest.

I think this should help for now.

I still plan to do the roof, under the transmission access panel, under the engine panel & a bit inside the doors when I take the windows out.

Well the works coming along!!

Thanks again for the help so far!!

Storm
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Kyle Storm

1964 Corvair Monza/110hp/4 Speed
1961 Corvair Lakewood/80hp/3 Speed


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doug6423
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Re: Been busy

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Looking good!
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Holyroller
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Re: Been busy

Post by Holyroller »

How many boxes or sheets of sound mat did you need
I’m getting ready to do the same with my Lakewood
60 700 coupe
61 Lakewood
66 Monza

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Storm
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Re: Been busy "restoring" my 61 Lakewood 500

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Everything you see took one box of 80mil 36sq ft. I am going to order another box to have more for when I do the doors & a few other places.

Kyle Storm

1964 Corvair Monza/110hp/4 Speed
1961 Corvair Lakewood/80hp/3 Speed


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