64 restoration and customization by Ken

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  • #742

    Ken Montes
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    hello folks, I’m new here but I am excited to share the journey of saving my 64 continental find!

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    #746

    Ken Montes
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    Here are some more pics.

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    #750

    Ken Montes
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    Here is how I fabricated new parts to fix the trunk. I will be making more for guys that might need some.

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    #773

    Ken Montes
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    here are some measurements for the wheels spaces I need for some wheels I am going to have made for me by a friend of mine who manufactures wheels for large companies. Hope this helps some of you going through the same issues. Use at your own risk, i may have had a beer or two when doing this. Please note that all numbers are in “Inches” not mm as the sheet I had was premade for metric sizes.

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    #795

    Jeremy
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    Awesome work so far! I look forward to seeing your updates!

    Resistance is Futile.

    #796

    brian
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    I have to do the same to my hood. Great job on the trunk lid.

    #798

    Jeremy
    Keymaster

    Years ago I had a 65 Lincoln and I too had to do some repairs on the hood and trunk lid.

    Resistance is Futile.

    #823

    anson
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    awesome progress!! any more updates??? Question. how did you get your tail light looking brand new??

    #839

    Ken Montes
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    @anson polishing the plastic the way you polish paint, only with some extra care that you don’t catch a corner or burn an edge. Sometimes you can get a good outcome by hand but a machine buffer is better.

    #968

    Dimitri Gerard
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    Nice !! no update ?

    #1390

    DatboyTheo
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    Great looking work so far.  Hope to see more of it.

    #1396

    Ken Montes
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    Paint update 2016 Lincoln silver.

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    #1398

    Ken Montes
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    A few more. It’s been more than a year!

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    #1402

    Ken Montes
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    Catching up on pictures.

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    #1407

    Ken Montes
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    Here are some.

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