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Old 01-25-2012, 07:56 PM
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Thats the whole idea, Matt....
You have a hellava nice car there and I want to see you get it done as much as you do...I'd be over there helping right now if you were close by......
and in Ga. where its nice in the winter....... and no snow...
mid 60's here today,sun was shinning and I was working working outside in a tee shirt....
...............ON SOMEONE ELSES DANG CAR !!!!!!!!!

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Thats the whole idea, Matt....
You have a hellava nice car there and I want to see you get it done as much as you do...I'd be over there helping right now if you were close by......
and in Ga. where its nice in the winter....... and no snow...
mid 60's here today,sun was shinning and I was working working outside in a tee shirt....
...............ON SOMEONE ELSES DANG CAR !!!!!!!!!
Yeah! But you have all that help! My wife comes to the door of my garage every now & then just to see if I'm still breathing! That "Anything I can do to help?" actually means "Are you ever going to finish that thing!"
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LOL,any time you get frustrated just look at these pics of what I started with...... most of it was done in my driveway ,when it goes to the shop it just seems to sit there .at least everyone stopped laughing and making fun of it...and makin up nick names for me like deadbodyman....

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Made the patterns for the floor just inside the front doors. I was able to fold them like the actual panels would be. It certainly helped me to get a clear idea of how to proceed. Thanks goes to Rod and Custom & deadbodyman for pointing me in the right direction. Bob
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Looking good Dad, just get it done!! Spring is around the corner!!!
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Heres what it'll look like....

Thanks Dead.

That's the ticket for my project. Looks like an easy install for the carpet.
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Yeah! But you have all that help! My wife comes to the door of my garage every now & then just to see if I'm still breathing! That "Anything I can do to help?" actually means "Are you ever going to finish that thing!"
thats about the same amount of help i get
unless i really beg someone for a three handed job
then boom, wife or kid is gone again
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Thanks Dead.

That's the ticket for my project. Looks like an easy install for the carpet.
LOL,tell ya the truth I'd like to leave it just like it is a while....mabee a rubber mat so my feet dont slip ,I kinda like the look.same with all my metal work I hate putting primer over it...know what I mean?????
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LOL,tell ya the truth I'd like to leave it just like it is a while....mabee a rubber mat so my feet dont slip ,I kinda like the look.same with all my metal work I hate putting primer over it...know what I mean?????

I love the look of raw steel panels after making them too. Gives you that "aaahhhh" feeling.
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LOL,tell ya the truth I'd like to leave it just like it is a while....mabee a rubber mat so my feet dont slip ,I kinda like the look.same with all my metal work I hate putting primer over it...know what I mean?????
That's the way this one will be when I get all the panels welded in. I won't be in too big a hurry to cover it until I cruise for a while and I'm sure I don't need another hole or mod. Thanks again Guys! It's not even permanently in yet but I like it a lot! Bob
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