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How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pics

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Re: How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pic

Post by Bill in NC » Mon Sep 19, 2016 5:53 pm

I'm glad to see this post is still alive!

On a side note, my son who was in the pictures helping me is now driving the car more than I do. We just completed a cam swap this past weekend. I've owned the car for 18 years and he's watched & helped me along the way.
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Re: How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pic

Post by melloelky » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:26 pm

=D> nice Bill,that's the way it should be:) keeps family's together.
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Re: How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pic

Post by Doober » Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:01 pm

Glad to hear you still have it! Last I heard you were trying to get rid of it?
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Re: How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pic

Post by Bill in NC » Wed Sep 21, 2016 6:34 pm

Yeah, I posted it for sale a while back............bunch of clowns out there......
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Re: How To: Landau to standard B-Pillar conversion with pic

Post by Budman50 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 6:14 pm

I know this has been a while ago but i figured id shoot for the sky and try to get an answer from the OP or someone who done it. So im trying to buy all these parts off a guy and he is selling me the glass, belt moldings, and outer plastic trim. I dont care for the inside panels but im hoping someone could tell me if thats correct or if i need more. And i have no idea where to find a stud gun so that makes me a little nervous. Any help is appreciated
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