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Category Archives: AR1493E*06611
The quest to complete five cars simultaneously continues at a snail pace. Actually, it is not that I am moving slow – but it is rather that there are millions and millions of parts to clean, restore, inspect, and install … Continue reading
All the welding as well as the final hand planishing with dolly and hammer has been completed on the driver side rear quarter panel. The final results shows the oxyacetylene welding stitches blended into the panel like the original factory … Continue reading
We have made significant progress on Giulietta Sprint Veloce E06611 since last posted. We are now moving along to the outside skin and inner fenders. As of December 30th, we have logged a total of 130 hours on the car since … Continue reading
Happy to report that progress on my Giulietta Sprint Veloce E0611 is coming full throttle. As of this Saturday, all the floors are done. I was lucky enough to stumble into the correct size bead roller needed to make the … Continue reading
06611 has just undergone extensive hand planishing to restore the front end.
It has been a while since I posted on the now famous E06611, the last first series 750 Sprint Veloce. Finally, after taking the plunge into the unknown territory of metal fabrication with the attitude that I should fear nothing … Continue reading