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1966 404 Coupé Injection Restoration

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Other side's done.  Saturday I"ll do some final trunk trimming and then move onto the door panel pre-fitting/installation.

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Since then I've mounted the forward side panels, put some black carpet-like insulation behind the Sofica heater unit and re-threaded the two stripped driver's seat captive nuts.  This coming weekend the headliner should be professionally installed and then I can do the front and rear glass (I hope, without help).

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Heater controls mounted - all silver cadmium plated

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Both rear quarter panel trims were mounted.

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New headliner mounted.  Front part is not mounted because the windshield has to go in first.  That's one of the next tasks: front and rear windshields.

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Everything coming together. Headliner is looking very nice Mike. 

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It is interesting to me how this 404 is built, the insolation, construction, rubber floor mats, it reminds me of Fiat's and Lada's from that time. That said you really are doing quality job restoring and reassembly it and that body color, that deep blue in the photos really looks good.

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