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Tech Tips with Ron The Interior Guy – Installation Of Mopar Headliners

Hey B-loggers Today’s hot tips are about the installation of  Mopar  headliners We normally recommend you have headliners professionally installed but if you have the time and are pretty handy, why not give it a try. First step is to remove the old headliner and reinstall all the screws for rear view...

Fast Facts According to Ridley “1969 Oldsmobile “W-Machines” Marketing Strategy”

  1969 Oldsmobile “W-Machines” Marketing Strategy   One of the most successful marketing campaigns was Oldsmobile’s “Dr. Oldsmobile” theme which debuted in 1968.  It involved fictional characters created to promote the  1969 W-30, W-31 and W-32 options available on the wildly popular...

Tech Tips With Ron The Interior Guy- “What Is Blogging??”

  What Is Blogging??   Hey all you bloggers, This weeks blog is all about the Blogs and blogging. I am often asked” do we have a blog up for this weeks bloggers”. What is a blogger Sounds like it should have gills. Do people blog when they should be working? Does your boss know you blog? Do...

Fast Facts According To Ridley- 1969 Pontiac “Trans Am” Documents

Not very often due you get to hold a piece of historical documentation in your hand about an iconic muscle car before it goes into production. Below is the actual information that was on Pontiac Motor Division Car Distribution Bulletins & Promotional Blueprints. We here at Legendary Auto Interiors, Ltd....

Tech Tips With Ron The Interior Guy- Modification of 60-65 A,B,C Body Foam Kit

We are often asked how to modify our 1960-1965 a b c body foam kit. First of all the outside perimeter of the foam does not need to be changed. Only the inside insert area needs adjustments. The foam needs to resemble the original foam. Depending on the model and year you have, the foam needs to fill out the...

Fast Facts According to Ridley

1970 Camaro vs. 1970 ½ Camaro?? In 1969 Chevrolet had run into some production difficulties with the newly designed “2nd Generation” Camaro. Tooling issues forced Chevrolet to extend production of the 1969 Camaro until late December 1969. This was a very untypical situation and meant that Chevrolet...

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