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PHOTO ANGLE: Passenger side front quarter looking down and back

The front of the car and the dash fit can be seen in this photo

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Note that the Roll Bar and body have now been joined into one piece

PHOTO ANGLE:  Passenger side front quarter looking back

Another view of the windshield pillars, dash and  finish body work can be seen

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Note the inner wheel well body work on the front left wheel well

PHOTO ANGLE: Passenger side just forward of door looking sown and back into the passenger compartment

The Roll Bar and windshield joining can be seen as well as the Custom engine compartment tunnel for the clearance of the front of the engine

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Note the initial fit of the "First Generation" Porsche shifter has been done. This will later be discarded in favor of a custom made shift linkage using 5/8 rolled steel bar, aviation u-joints, and altered 5/8 inch hiem ends   

PHOTO ANGLE: Passenger side door looking across to inner side of driver door

Here the newly rebuilt driver door can be seen from the inside

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Note the square tubing used to fabricate the door frame

PHOTO ANGLE:  Passenger side door opening looking into and across passenger compartment

The center console and dash as well as door sills and fire wall can be seen

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Note the two hatch release buttons for the front and rear lids located just forward of the driver seat on the side of the door sill. Also the Roll Bar and roof joining body work can be seen at the top of the photo

PHOTO ANGLE: Passenger side door opening looking in and across the passenger compartment

Another view of the final fit of the interior pieces

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Note the center console has been made into 3 pieces with the center piece being removable allowing easy access to linkage, wiring and hoses

PHOTO ANGLE: Driver side door opening looking down and into the passenger compartment

This is a good view of the dash and instrument pod.

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Note that the entire dash was made removable to facilitate upholstering it . Also note the 3 circular hole on the top of the dash for the defroster vents as well as the 4 rectangular A/C holes in the dash for the vents

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