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Your best bet or options, because I highly doubt there's a manual or diagram (maybe through a restoration company online)
#1) find someone with model such as yours and sketch how his/hers is routed or #2) As a majority of rod friends of mine do, they buy straight lengths of brake line from parts stores and route what's convenient or "logical". Some of the older cars were pretty primitive and didn't always do things to accommodate options/logistics. (Some new cars are worse!)
Personally unless you're building a show stopping original, I'd route them "what makes sense to you"
I envy you, I've built a couple and situations change, I sold them after all work invested, now am kicking myself.. Good luck
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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