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Old 12-02-2005, 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by ckucia
Thanks guys.

I'm really "gettin into" this bondo-free bodywork stuff. Not that I have anything against bondo, but it always seemed like all-metal bodywork (other than with lead) was far beyond anything I could do at home. It sort of takes things "up a notch", plus, it never hurts to have some extra uncommon skills - ya never know what the job market's going to bring in the future.

After reading the various threads, I can't wait to give it a try on my next project, whatever that ends up being.

Kudo's to you for "gettin into" bondo-free bodywork stuff and understanding the quality of what can be accomplished. My eyes were opened and my own standards raised when I started hanging out with Randy Ferguson. Plus, once you increase in metalshaping skill it doesn't take much more time than using filler and sanding. Good luck with your efforts and as the previous post said, check out
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