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Fenders are bolted to a fixed and welded apron. Rear quarters are welded in place. Floors and truck pan are welded in. Doors will unbolt of course, as will the hood and deck. This is unibody construction. DIp strip requires a lot of time on these cars.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remove body from chassis
To remove the body from the chassis you need to unbolt the body mount bolts, disconnect all linkages such as throttle, shift, etc., electrical connections and wiring harnesses, brake, fuel and emission lines, heater hoses and AC lines, and lift the body straight up off the frame. You almost have to have access to a car hoist to do this, and to do the job succesfully requires a pretty high level of mechanical aptitude.
Well, that's it ...but if you really have to ask how, you might need to hire some qualified help such as a body and frame repair shop.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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