Mark, the Caddy is looking fantastic. Times like these, when you are putting the car back together are fun times, indeed!
Floors corrected......seam sealer applied
Dynamat is next
slowly coming together
This is really something to be proud of! Great quality work Mark!!
Looks great! That baby isn't going to rust out any time soon!!!
Looks soilid and well protected to me --real nice place to be for the long haul
After all we need our cars to last --Forever --right !! lOL!!
Really enjoying following this build Mark. Great quality work! Please keep the pics coming!
I did that to mine a couple years ago, HUGE improvement!
You will not be disappointed and will notice the difference instantly.
That is a lot of dynamat, looks good Mark,
I'd heard, that the Dynamat company rang Mark and told him to slow down. They didn't want a North American shortage of Dynamat for the next 8 months.
Looks good Mark.
Might want to make the necessary holes in the dynamat for the seat hold down bolts — seat belts —etc to make them easy to find in the future
exceptioal attention to detail in the work you are doing
very nice to see
it will be quite in that cabin
just moved into our new home......a fixer upper with a 1700SF hangar on a private airstrip.
now that all the stuff is in its new home.....time to continue on the caddy.
vacuum lines in.....wiring harnesses started....and my son helped me put the convertible top frame in.
we ran it up and down and so far, so good