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Old 09-28-2006, 10:22 PM
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Kool, Rob and thanks!

I'll work on getting some pics up. I'm having trouble getting them shrunk to fit. I'm not as good with the computer as I am at paint.
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I'm not real good at either one, when i type its two fingers, and my body work takes me ten times as long, but turning 65 this oct 3rd doesn't help my speed.

Oh, clear close ups, I'm here to learn, and if there as good as what i have, you're going to have to teach me.

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Old 09-28-2006, 11:20 PM
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Here's some of my current work.
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You do some really nice stuff, thats way over my capabilities.

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update

rob and color me crazy
both projects you built are just awesome. i can't thank everyone enough for all the input that has been given. i will post some pic of the chassis to show my progress. i have a personal dead line to complete this car by March/07. that is only working on it after work and weekends. i did spray the frame and other parts with epoxy primer. the thing that i didn't catch in time was using black epoxy. if i get stone chips...the Grey epoxy will show up. the good thing i guess would be that i could see the damage and be able to touch it up.
if i had more money for this build, one thing i would of have done different is e/coating. i will enclose a link for every one to check out. what i like about this is that the acid eats every thing inside and out. the e/coating process will evenly coat every thing inside and out. i am considering having My doors,hood,deck lid, and fenders done this way.
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P.S. the rear end is getting new axle seals,backing plates, wheel cyl, ect.

http://www.redi-coat.com/index.html
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Pictures look good,I hung some stuff like that one time, then I opened the garage door, not good, but it looks like your clear.

I made several jigs to paint the frame and axle, so when I painted them nothing touched any of it, some day I'll take some pictures of these homemade jigs I have and put them on here.

Keep up the good work.

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Old 09-29-2006, 03:35 PM
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You are very welcome!
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Hey colormecrazy,

Last picture - '69 Mach I?
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Yes it is a 69 Mach I, I actually just started during the assembly of this car. The truck is a 70 Chevy, I cought the tail end of this one, but have painted and fabricated a few of the parts to it. I'm also working on a 66 Mustang that will be a Teringua Race Car when it is finished, a very tricked out 65 Fastback Mustang is just coming out of the metal shop on the rotisserie. I do like my work, but boy am I getting tired of Mustangs. I finished about ten Mustangs head to toe in the past few years. I appreciate the work, but really love my Chevys. The front suspension, and breaks are so cheesy on those old Stangs.
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updated pictures

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thought i would show you some updated picture of the chassis.from the pictures i did notice that i need to paint inside the frame better.
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Old 10-05-2006, 03:44 PM
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SWEET!

You'll find that going back together all new like this is very rewording. Just take your time and pay attention to every part as you build it up, and you can't really go wrong.
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