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Old 11-29-2012, 03:17 PM
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Hi Randy,

What product did you use for the undercoating and did you use a spray gun or aerosol can of something?

Jay K.
It's just a aerosol can of undercoating from autozone.. Never used it before and wanted to try it out..It's by rust-oleum.. I don't find it as rubbery as some.. But did do a nice job.. I wanted to go a different route,, But it didn't happen..

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Anything that I don't really want to look at, or be noticed, I paint with Satin Black or undercoating... Looking real clean.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:39 AM
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Anything that I don't really want to look at, or be noticed, I paint with Satin Black or undercoating... Looking real clean.
Thanks.. I feel the same way.. I don't like to draw attention to the things that don't matter much...
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:35 PM
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I know it doesn't matter on the inside because it will be covered with interior... But I sprayed the inside as well...

I will know how it look's under there..


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I know it doesn't matter on the inside because it will be covered with interior... But I sprayed the inside as well...

I will know how it look's under there..
And mainly because its looks so cool in the progress pics. It gives you that warm, fuzzy feeling when you look back at them.

But really, just doing something 100% is the way to go.
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:19 PM
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And mainly because its looks so cool in the progress pics. It gives you that warm, fuzzy feeling when you look back at them.

But really, just doing something 100% is the way to go.
Thanks..
I help this friend one time before on a dune buggie type car.. The blue one I show here before..

When I did his other car.. I was rewiring the car, And when he looked under the dash he said.. MAN!!! NO ONES GOING TO SEE THAT !!!! I said I did..

When I finished it.. He went to his first show with it,, And a few people was looking it over and saw the wiring.. He called me from the show and said I have about ten people that want to know you..

I try my very best to give someone something I would want to own...
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:26 PM
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Crazy as it is.. A friend just left my house.. He's been watching this build from day one.. He just told me before he left... When that man comes to get this car... He's going to have a hard**..
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Didn't get a lot done today..



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Lookin' Good Randy!
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:10 PM
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Lookin' Good Randy!
Thanks Jay.. My friend (the owner of this car) Stopped by to night and man!!!!! Was he happy with it.. He wanted to load it up and bring it back to the paint shop to let them see it...

I don't think he want's to drive this thing when it's done..
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Quick question for you Randy, did you fabricate that accelerator pedal? It looks really nice!
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Quick question for you Randy, did you fabricate that accelerator pedal? It looks really nice!
Yes.. I made the whole thing.. Everything comes out in one unit..Thanks..
Started wiring it up today..
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Awesome Workmanship, you got some mad skills
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Hey Randy, I think I just figured out who the wolf in sheep's clothing is!

Seriously, you did an awesome job with the steering column to the pedal assembly on the car.

It looks great!

Just one question for you, how do you plan on running or hiding the wire harness from the steering column?
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:56 AM
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Hey Randy, I think I just figured out who the wolf in sheep's clothing is!

Seriously, you did an awesome job with the steering column to the pedal assembly on the car.

It looks great!

Just one question for you, how do you plan on running or hiding the wire harness from the steering column?
Thanks...

You will know soon..
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