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Old 09-24-2016, 11:19 AM
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this is OFF THREAD but somebody is going to start a stripping company for cars ... perhaps a mobile set up.. perhaps in a small car even..

https://www.reddit.com/r/LaserCleaningPorn/new/
WOW!!! I disagree, I think your right on. That laser is incredible it removes rust AND paint. I wonder what something like that costs though.
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just thinking about it. a chevy volt might be the perfect car.. or one of the other hybrids.. might be able to get laser power sourced out of the inverter.

since the volt motor drives a generator not the wheels .. it would start up without any need to spin the wheels.

this was on one of the links...



imagine... no more rusty stuff at swap meets..

call the company Patina be Gone. i think i drank too much water and my brain is rusting..
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Didn't Dodge make a small one called a Laser, LOL.
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just thinking about it. a chevy volt might be the perfect car.. or one of the other hybrids.. might be able to get laser power sourced out of the inverter.

since the volt motor drives a generator not the wheels .. it would start up without any need to spin the wheels.

this was on one of the links...



imagine... no more rusty stuff at swap meets..

call the company Patina be Gone. i think i drank too much water and my brain is rusting..
You could set up a table at the swap meets and make a killin, someone can buy a part and bring it right over to you its worth 50.00 just to watch it being done.It would probably only take 15 minutes to strip and derust a fender inside and out.
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You could set up a table at the swap meets and make a killin, someone can buy a part and bring it right over to you its worth 50.00 just to watch it being done.It would probably only take 15 minutes to strip and derust a fender inside and out.
That is amazing. I just want to own the franchize rights for the Tn,Ga, and AL areas. I can take it from there,

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And I was just thinking I don't have time to be playing around with any more rusty old cars after this one.
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LOL, John that thing could put guys like us out of business............or IN business
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What kind of shape are your rockers in ? The way these were designed they'll hold water and rot if theres any undercoating in there. I'm just going to leave mine in primer on the inside so any water can drain out through the pinch weld at the bottom.
These rockers are the exact same as the originals but instead of only having a short little rocker the length of the door I went with a full length rocker and brought the 1/4 down to it like a modern car is made, its much stronger this way
Hardly noticeable and a ton of work and unless you have a Plymouth it goes undetected. Only one guy ever said anything about the rockers, he liked the idea.
The rockers aren't the best shape, will be replacing both sides. Think the rockers are different between our cars.
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I know this post got side tracked but would like to see more of your work on your car. I'm on pins and needles here waiting. Not much time to work on my car but it's nice watching your progress while sitting here in a hotel room.
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As luck would have it, I got jammed up at the shop again and had to stop working on it, but I did get some more work done and pics I haven't posted yet. I'll put them up tonight for ya.
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