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Old 05-26-2009, 09:44 PM
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resto patience

i wasn't sure where the best place to post this would be, so i'll post it here. and if it should be somewhere else, Mods, please move it.

i ran across this site a few years back. i believe its one of the best examples of patience i have ever seen.
besides that, its a great looking 1970 HEMI Road Runner.


http://www.sandysgarage.com/

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That is SUCH a beautiful car!!
Thanks for posting this
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Next on A & E "Obsessed" LOL. Man that is one fine resto and the most meticulous documentation of a resto I think I have ever seen. Great Job!!!! Jerry
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wow thats amazeing. i have nothing but respect for someone who does that kind of job.after working on my 68 cougar for the last year. i know whats involved and it takes alot of patience and skills and money to get the job done. i don't have any where near enough of any of thoses things to do a project like he did.
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All I know is I have been "restoring" (hardly a "restoration", more of a "repaint" with extras) my Gran Sport for about 12 years and I thought I would show you guys what I did in a few of those weeks.


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You can click all you want on the "links" because what you see is what I did.

Brian
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All I know is I have been "restoring" (hardly a "restoration", more of a "repaint" with extras) my Gran Sport for about 12 years and I thought I would show you guys what I did in a few of those weeks.


week #25
week #26
week #27
week #28
week #29
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week #159
week #160
week #161
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week #287
week #288
week #289



You can click all you want on the "links" because what you see is what I did.

Brian

Brian, I have had the same work schedule on my 65 Shop Truck! Jerry
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