No fumes is good. I'll take a look at those openings you speak of 01Black.
Got some more goodies. Enough buying for now. Time to install this stuff. Except for the carpet that will be going in later. Brake lines are really most important right now. With the brake lines in, I will be able to drive the car to the welding guy for the rear strut towers.
Brake lines from Classic Tube. Got some shipping bends in them. They look good. Fittings look pro! Blurry pic for ya:
'07 Impala brakes I bought from a member on here (Impala131). These things are heavy as hell! They arrived in a USPS "It-Fits, It-Ships" box that damn near didn't make it. Brakes look go tho, I like them. They look like quite the upgrade from the stockers:
The carpet looks different, and better now that it's been sitting around. Looks like it took shape pretty well and dried out a little. Had an oily feeling to it when it first arrived.
Scotty, gonna use that baking soda idea and re-use the old foam after all. Messing around with layers and layers of jute sounds awful. I'm thinking I will take all those foam scraps, place them in a large garbage bag with baking soda and shake 'n bake. Leave it like that for a little, Then clean out the soda: