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Posted 8/20/2006 9:12:42 PM


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Look at the pictures in the first post.  All except the first one are of the #1 and #2 cars.  I just cropped them to highlight the screws.  Most of them are from Dave.  The First pictures is of the interior mock up in TN but the rest are the REAL cars.

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Posted 8/20/2006 9:22:15 PM


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Like I said, I used different nuts and washers, there is a good possibility that internal wrenching screws were used.
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Posted 8/20/2006 9:36:53 PM


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in the 3rd pic its missing a screw

http://www.rustystvandmoviecars.com/

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rustys-TV-and-Movie-Car-Museum/104718149599282?ref=tn_tnmn

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Posted 8/20/2006 9:53:59 PM


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Now I'm confused?  If you countersink a bolt then you would have to put a nut on the end. 

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Posted 8/20/2006 10:15:16 PM


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http://www.rustystvandmoviecars.com/

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Posted 8/20/2006 11:03:02 PM


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Okay what do the rest of you think?  Screws from the inside or countersunk with nuts on the inside?  Since I have never seen the "real" cars in person I have to base what I think on the pictures.  I would say they are screwed in from the inside much like the way Rusty did his.  I did mine the way Kevin did his.  I've seen pictures of the promotion cars done the same way. 

Does anyone have any really good pictures? 

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Posted 8/21/2006 2:09:46 AM


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Dude... You know YOU... could have just asked. hehehehe

There's a piece missing you haven't thought of yet.

I'm just lurking and watching the wheels turn in your head. Wondering when you'll FINALLY figure it out.

Still waiting on that PM dude. The answer MIGHT just be in the reply.




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Posted 8/21/2006 6:58:15 AM


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Stop the Press whos that? 

Okay how about nuts countersunk into the fiberglass and bolts installed for the inside? 

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Posted 8/21/2006 1:54:43 PM


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Posted 8/21/2006 2:28:09 PM


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The screws could be internal wrenching or a structural type rivet that uses a back up washer. Also it could be a screw with an internal shank. Either way a hole has to be drilled through the canopy and glass for attachment. Even if you used an internal nut plate you would have to drill a hole through the canopy. The easiest way is the way I did it, I just can’t see there is any other way to do it that doesn’t take a lot of time and money. Remember these guys were on a budget and had only 6 weeks to complete the car.
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