|08-22-2012 12:17 AM|
|08-21-2012 09:01 PM|
|Mark D||Looks good. I love 68 and 69 Chargers. I had a 69 when I was a kid (before there was a Dukes of Hazard show).|
|08-21-2012 06:24 PM|
|Onefunponcho||Great work.... Beautiful car|
|08-21-2012 06:03 PM|
You know what's funny about doing a car like that, I think Henry will agree with me. When you finish up a huge project like that you have very mixed feelings. You feel like if you were paid a million dollars it wouldn't be enough for all the work you put in to it. But at the same time you have a feeling like if you got no pay but it just LEFT so you didn't have to look at it anymore , that would be fine too.
|08-21-2012 12:14 PM|
|08-21-2012 10:39 AM|
unfotunately, I didn't have a big hand in this restoration. I did do the firewall and did the first round of blocking though. This was already in the works when I got hired and heard the old tech was missing all kinds of stuff in terms of dings and dents and it got primed a gazillion times. There's still two tiny swallows on the decklid but it's a really clean and straight restoration.
btw, this car is not easy to block out and doesn't cast perfect reflections due to the bows on the quarters and fenders and the odd shape of the doors, but the doors are pretty cool, man.
|08-21-2012 10:06 AM|
|cyclopsblown34||Dang Henry! That's gorgeous!|
|08-21-2012 07:34 AM|
|swvalcon||Looks good the guy should be happy with it.|
|08-21-2012 06:57 AM|
|dinger||lots of flat sheet metal to get straight, it looks great!|
|08-21-2012 06:20 AM|
Is that you crying on the rear deck lid. I know it would be me if I was saying good bye. NIcely done!
|08-21-2012 12:57 AM|
68 Charger all done!
this thing is sweet!