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Offline tobkob

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Re: Spring 69 Shelby #1982 - Disassembly and repair thread
« Reply #165 on: December 24, 2016, 12:12:16 AM »
Maybe there was only one template in the multi-pac box?

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Re: Spring 69 Shelby #1982 - Disassembly and repair thread
« Reply #166 on: December 25, 2016, 09:49:26 AM »
I have a 69shelby antenna template for both fastback & convertible  & they are different.

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Re: Spring 69 Shelby #1982 - Disassembly and repair thread
« Reply #167 on: December 26, 2016, 01:22:34 PM »
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I have not seen that template before. Unfortunately for me the template is marked for model 63 fastback. I only have convertibles to compare it to.  I blew the picture up to the size of the 1.12 hole and measured approximately 13 inches from the center of the hole and the edge of the rear quarter where it mates to the end cap. I measured from the center of the hole approximately 2 3/4 to the edge or body line crown.

I just had a chance to measure 2060 ( model 63 fastback) and mine is 12.5 inches from rear and 3 inches from the the body edge crown. I guess not bad if the installer was guessing ;) I'm curious what some of the others measure since like you stated I have observed a lot of different examples covering a pretty broad area.

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Re: Spring 69 Shelby #1982 - Disassembly and repair thread
« Reply #168 on: December 28, 2016, 12:50:50 PM »
If anyone would like to post measurements, from the rear of the quarter (not including end cap) and how far in from the edge of the fender (they don't have to be precise) that would be a great help for me to get a better idea for me as to where to put my hole saw down on my new rear fender. The car looks really clean without the antenna at all, but I know it will be more correct with the antenna in place.

TIA