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Old 08-07-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default '66 Coupe to Fastback--need pictures please

Hi everyone,

I just joined this forum and was wondering if someone with a 65/66 Fastback without a headliner could take a few pictures for me.

I am seriously considering buying all the exterior Dynacorn/Goodmark roof/sail
panels to convert my coupe to a fastback. I "know" there are some interior pieces and braces you simply can't buy, and I am quite capable of fabricating them myself.

I am intend to leave the coupe interior rear seats essentially unchanged (i.e. no fold-down seat)

Would someone with a 65/66 fastback that does not have a headliner in it be kind enough to take a few pictures of the inside of the "sail portion" of the fastback, and also the door jamb "looking up"? I need to see what the OEM shape of the inside of the fastback door jamb where the rubber weatherstripping goes and quarter window inner bracing looks like in order to duplicate them

Thanks in advanced!!

Best regards,
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