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Old Dec 1st, 12, 07:36 PM
rodney25 rodney25 is offline

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Default Front clip removal for rotisserie install

Hello all, I really need some help. Have a 69 convertable that the prior owner left out to the elements for 5 years. Needs new floor and trunk. I want to remove the front clip as one unit, sub frame and rear axcel to put the body on a rotisserie to do all welding correctly and complete. Does anyone know the correct steps to remove the front clip as one unit or any videos that demonstrates how to accomplish this? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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