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Re: [Fot] TR3 front apron help

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Subject: Re: [Fot] TR3 front apron help
From: Henry Giffin via Fot <>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2020 13:58:41 -0400
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Greg,  I have a spare front apron you can borrow if you are anywhere near Va 
Beach.  Thanks, Hank

Hank Giffin

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Subject: [Fot] TR3 front apron help

Folks. Need some help with the shape of the lower section (below the grill 
opening) of the front apron on a large mouth TR3. I cut up and welded new metal 
on the front of the race car and Iâ??m pretty sure it is no where near the 
stock profile. 

My 14 year old son and I are rebuilding his 3 and it has obviously met a few 
curbs in it day. The lower section is folded back and I donâ??t have a good 
goby to make templates. 

Can one of you fellow 3 care takers send us a to scale profile of that lower 
section?  I think one for middle and one for each side just inside the bumper 
plinths would get us close enough. Iâ??d really appreciate the help, so would 
Will the owner. 

Attached is a photo of Will working the rear corner that had 1/2â?? of bondo 
when we stepped the car.  He is grinding off the remnants of the studs he used 
to pull the dent  properly  



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