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Old 03-24-2005, 04:25 PM
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Just thought I would post a couple of pics of my brother in laws 67 Chevelle SS. When he bought the car we knew it needed some work, so here are some pics showing what I've done so far. I'm hoping my brother in law will let me do a project journal on the whole car, if so I'll start one real soon.






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I fixed your pics so they would show up in your post instead of having to click on them. Your quarter panel looks good too.

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Old 03-24-2005, 07:05 PM
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Centerline, Thanks for doing that, only trouble is I can't see the pics, all I got are white boxes with x's in them, however that aside , I have not been able to post pics like that, I know I,ve asked before but how do you do it?
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Old 03-24-2005, 07:20 PM
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I dont see any pics
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Old 03-25-2005, 07:48 AM
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Awww now ya went and did it Center!!! I can't see em either !! LOL
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I'll bring them back as attachments.
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Old 03-25-2005, 09:06 AM
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Before painting the fenders with anything, check to see if the E coating wipes off with reducer !!! I think I may have a problem with my brothers car. (Goodmark quarters) PPG tech sheets say that if its the thermoplastic "E coat", there may be a problem with epoxy primer! Just friggen great, huh? If it doens't wipe off, you have to use the 401 to mix with.

Read the paint mfrs tech sheet!!

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DP401LF Catalyst

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Thanks for posting this. I was just about to spray DP with 402 on the very same panels you installed. I guess a return of the 402 is in order.

My understanding was the 402 was just faster ?


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Wow, big job there, looks like you built the car from scratch!
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Centerline, Thanks for doing that, only trouble is I can't see the pics, all I got are white boxes with x's in them, however that aside , I have not been able to post pics like that, I know I,ve asked before but how do you do it?
Don't know what caused that. I can see them fine. I'll check with Jon and see if it's a software glitch.

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Centerline, all I see up where you posted them is the white box with the "X" as well, no photos.

The properties to one of the "photos" you tried to post is

http://hotrodders.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=4365&stc=1 With numbers 4367,4366 being the others.

The correct urls for the photos are the following with 4372, and 4373.
http://www.hotrodders.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=4371

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Should be fixed now.

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The one thing i notice in your post are jack stands under the frame. Before you weld the 1/4 you should shift your jack stands to the rear axle so it is supporting it the way it will on the road. just a suggestion.
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Ok, I'm going to try this and if it doesn't work just go to my photo album, I just posted more pics there.
Martinsr, i feel like we built it from scratch, Centerline thanks for the complement, haven't done this much work, other then my 55 in over 20 years. Surprising how much I remembered. Thats me in the pic.
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ok as you can see it didn't work
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Listen to Jan, put that car on the wheels or put the jack stands under the axle.

All you do to post a picture is put it on a web space, you have with yours already on the Hotrodders space. If you have them in a journal somewhere else on hotmail or AOL (I use AOL) you have a URL for the photo on that space. If you right click on any photo you will see "properties"on the bottom. Click on that and you will see the URL. The last one you posted is http://www.hotrodders.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=4398

Copy that URL off the "Properties" and paste in the space that comes up when you click on the little image on the posting page. Just paste the URL there and then OK and it will appear in your post. Notice I put the "IMAGE" picture in my post, you can do it with any photo you want. If you want to post a picture of a DA you want to buy, just find a photo of it on the net and right click, copy the URL in the properties and post it here using the "IMAGE" botton .




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