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Old 11-25-2012, 02:17 PM
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Hey Roger1, where do you do your paint spraying at? I know your not messing up that nice new garage are you.

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Old 11-25-2012, 03:15 PM
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You're getting very close to realizing the original inspiration!
Good for you, Roger!
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Hey Roger1, where do you do your paint spraying at? I know your not messing up that nice new garage are you.
The end bay is walled off from the rest of my shop. I call it my "clean room". However, it's more like my dirty room. My intention from the very start was to use this room for sanding, painting, welding and an whatever else makes a mess.

I made a make-shift spray booth out of it for painting the car. I put filters in the windows on one side and fans on the other side blowing out. It worked pretty well.





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New pictures will be coming soon.
I just had a professional photographer come over and do a photo shoot with my recently completed '55 Bel Air in front of the shop.

Here's one of my '69 Corvette from a while back. It was taken by the professional photographer that was hired by the magazine. It was done right before I had put the letters over the bays up (he photoshopped the letters in for the ones that were published in the magazine).

By the way, I put an email out last week to the local Corvette club members and within 3 days, the Vette was sold.
I sold it to the owner of the local Buick-GMC dealership.. It was just not getting any attention from me now that I've got my '55 done and am getting ready to start doing a restomod on my wife's '57 pickup.



Here's another one taken for a Christmas card last month:



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Beautiful car!
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I love that shop of yours. car looks great also
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I love your shop too, And it has give Me some ideas for my own shop. Keep up the good work. Bill
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sweet

Just looked thru all the pages and very nice .WOW great JOB !!!!!!!!!!!!
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