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Old 02-12-2012, 12:18 PM
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new video up! Rockers/ 56 Nomad/68 Chevelle/ Painting Rims

doing the rockers on POS Nomad and humbling experience painting.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yicyc...1&feature=plcp

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Nice work Henry! You do make me nervous when you're not wearing gloves as you work the metal into shape, something that I do too often when I take on that kind of task...lol. Great Video!
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Darn nice of you to show just exactly what it takes to work and paint metal. Very informative on so many levels, showing folks how the rubber meets the road. Without a lot of words it demonstrates there is way more going on then meets the eye, planning, execution, and refinement a continual process to completion.

Maybe just maybe some out here will understand just what they are paying for, not going to hold my breath on that.

Very well done you will go far.
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thanks guys. Dinger, sometimes my mechanics gloves are sitting in a car or under something and I can't find them, but it's not like my rookie days where I'd get a cut everyday on my hands when not wearing gloves. I guess you kind of get brave and/or subconsciously know where to put your hand and where not to. Still not a good habit. I' was thinking getting a few extra pairs of those blue HF mechanics gloves so I won't worry about losing a pair here and there. Love those gloves. No stitches on the outer part of the index finger, which seems like a trouble spot for a lot of more expensive gloves.

Thanks for watching, guys. And if you happened to catch the episode before that one on my next one you'll see the 68 chevelle, the incomplete 69 Camaro(from video before this one) , and a few other cars we did for gearhead at auto rama. Some really awesome cars. Can't wait to crack open a beer at the show and film that.

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