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  • About grandmastercorvette
    Full Name
    Corvettes Etc
    Location
    Charlotte North Carolina 704-394-5150
    Your Zip Code
    28208
    Occupation
    Corvette restoration shop owner
    Year & Model
    1980 Corvette 4-speed, 1981 Corvette, 1984 Corvette 4+3 manual
    Color
    Haven't decided what color yet.
    Biography
    I am best know as "DUB". I opened my own custom Corvette shop in 1985 with nothing more than the desire to set a standard of excellence and quality in Corvette repair and I have strived to perform that on every job. I have paid dearly to the "school of hard knocks" and the knowledge I have acquired is priceless to me now. I do minor repairs to full off-frame restorations as long as quality and craftsmanship do not suffer. My reputation speaks for itself.
    Country of Residence
    US

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  • Last Activity: 12-15-2009 07:55 PM
  • Member Since: 04-12-2009

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  1. clovergamecock
    09-20-2009 12:19 PM
    Dub,
    Can you do vert top install for a '71?? Here are some questions I posted looking for someone to do it.

    Thanks
    Wade

    http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c3-t...-al-knock.html
  2. jmerson
    04-28-2009 09:31 PM
    Dub,
    I'm a 74 yr old farmer from out here in the San Joaquin Valley of California about 45 miles south of Sacaramento and after ordering a '58 new and getting drafted the same day forcing me to cancel the order I finally got one a few years ago. It is black on black and has a few issues with body fit. The front end is a little low leaving the front edge of the hood higher than the panel that goes between the fenders. This droop makes the fenders pooch out at the top of the wheel openings. I'm thinking if I can loosen the bolts on the side of the radiator and lift the front of the fenders a little bit I can make the hood gap disappear and also the bulge over the wheels. One of the hinge pads on the deck lid got twicked a little and I want to work on it but just in case I bought one that I ran accross that is used but in new condition except for one little nick on the edge and the color. Over the years I've worked on a lot of different projects so I'm not afraid of the work just never worked with fiberglass before. Do you advise on a "Fee Basis"? Any help or advise would be appreciated.
    Jim
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