Gseago

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About Gseago

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  • Birthday 04/07/1976

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    Male
  • Location:
    Savannah, GA
  • Interests:
    Model cars, Buick Rivieras, Cars from the '40s-70s. Custom automotive painting.
  1. Thanks for posting the explanation steelman. I got kind of busy and didn't get back on the forum until now.
  2. You'll need spacers, not sure of the thickness.
  3. There's always a critic Bernie. I found it weird that they would do that and just wondered if you could order a matching headliner either from the factory or through your local dealership. Bye the way I'm going with an all black interior(including headliner) when I have the financings to start the restoration on my project'65.
  4. I have Clark's catalog, I was just wondering if you could order a 1st gen with matching interior and headliner when you purchased your car new. I was asking because I noticed when discussing interiors the headliner was a different color depending on interior color and or year.
  5. Was it possible to order a color matching headliner for your interior?
  6. I know this is an old topic to be bringing up, but AlinI have you tried using washers to give to the clearance needed?
  7. I have a woodwheel I may be interested in selling. It is just the wheel though, no horncap or anything.
  8. Any plans on darkening your steering wheel to better match the panels?
  9. I don't know if any of you guys have seen or heard about TechShop but it may be of interest to you if you haven't I really wish they would build one in Atlanta, Jacksonville or Orlando. http://www.techshop.ws/index.html
  10. How well does the 3-M #90 hold up in high humidity and temperatures?
  11. Hello Riviera Nation, I haven't been on the board in a while but I really look the new look. I have to say the points warning in something I haven't seen on other sites(LOL, I think I like it). I also like that you can click on a picture and it gives an easy way to save the picture, which is great for building a reference library. All in all I just wanted to say hi to everyone again and I'll definitely be on here more often.
  12. Thanks for the link lrlforfun, I checked out their website and I'm considering buying the veneer sample binder.