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So I don't have any arm rests in my Ghia. They are MIA from the PO. If I understand the concept the arm rest screws through the door panels and into a metal plate. The metal plate then slides over a 'hook' in the window regulator. I don't care for
This is my eBay Special. It looked super in this ad. The next picture is an example of what I found under the paint Here she is now... It is mostly done. I still have to work out some hinge issues (who da' thunk i
Well I just got back from picking up my new toy. I got a 65 Ghia that is slammed on Gas Burners It is running a stock 1600 and has disc brakes front and rear. It has a few little things that it needs but is very solid. I'll get more pictures posted soon
Hi all, I had an idea last week and I just got around to mocking it up in PhotoShop. What do you think about a Ghia trailer? I thought it could come in handy on vacations and trips to shows.
Its been a long time coming,,, but finally.... its here! Pics from today after louis played chauffeur and drove all the way up to lincoln to take a look at this beastie... needless to say its now in my garage
Hey guys, I'm starting to work on my 64 Ghia and the main issue that needs to be fixed are the brakes. I have a friend helping me who has a lot more experience working on cars than I do. The thing we're not sure of is what part of the brakes there's a