|Photo 7 - Round files can help clean up or enlarge mounting holes.
|Photo 8 - Since an SS 383 was never made, new mounting holes were going
to have to be drilled in the fender.
|Photo 9 - "Freestyle" placement is another method. Apply tape to the
fender. Push the emblem into the tape to make an impression. Mark the
impressions with a sharp punch before drilling.
|Photo 10 - The black gooey sealant that goes into the back of the speed
nuts is also known as dum-dum, because it's used for lots of dumb things.
|Photo 11 - The dum-dum seals things up, which in this case is smart.
|Photo 12 - The SS 383 convertible that GM never made looks as if it
rolled off the assembly line in 1968.