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05-14-2006 06:48 AM
Dutchman Can't wait to see it complete, looks great already.

Dutch
05-12-2006 09:09 AM
gator412 Oh Oh I am so excited to see the rest of it painted! Keep us posted.
Also for the walls on your garage you could use FRP panels. The type they use in bathrooms. They are fiberglass, washable and they sell them at home depot. Just a thought for you.

GREAT JOB!
05-12-2006 06:39 AM
Kevin45 Thanks guys. I do know one thing for sure...the garage is going to get a makeover when the truck is done. I think we are going to paint a few more vehicles in there, so it is going to get a light change. Get rid of the incandescents and put up about a dozen fluorescents, and repaint the walls to white or else get some of the panels that the use in carwash bays and go over the walls. With the panels I could wash the walls down with a hose. Then there is going to have to be some workbench rearranging to gain a little bit more room. You think you have adequate space until you pull a vehicle apart. So we have to plan on how the truck is getting painted. Luckily I have another garage to park it in. We had to move it out to get the bed in. So last night the hood, bed, and tailgate took up all of the floor space. Now that the front of the bed is shot we have to set it back on the truck along with the hood. Put the truck back in the other garage, and then we will have room to do the doors. Then once those are done assemble everything then paint the complete truck Definitely getting anxious
05-11-2006 07:00 PM
Classix_Lover Wow Kevin, I'm really loving the color you ended up choosing Definatelyyyy keep us up to date on how things are progressing. Man that thing is going to look absolutely gorgeous in the sunlight.
05-11-2006 05:40 PM
38 special Can't wait to see the rest of the paint!
05-11-2006 04:48 PM
schnitz And it all started that one fateful day when you decided to chance the oil, right???




Really Kevin, that just flat out looks awesome! Nice job.

In a while, Chet.
05-11-2006 03:26 PM
Rob Keller KOOL KOLOR!!!

I'll bet it will be blinding in the sun!




R
05-11-2006 10:56 AM
gator412 Kevin...that looks great. I wanted to paint my truck prowler orange but my daughter wants it green...I like the orange better. Post some more pics as you get it done. Thanks
05-11-2006 09:58 AM
73oldsman Sure does! Sweet!
05-11-2006 08:19 AM
Kevin45
Cutting in

Here's a little something we got done last night. Hopefully this afternoon and this evening we can get the rest of the panels cut in then assemble this weekend to do the overall paint on the truck. BTW...the Prowler Orange looks super in person








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