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10-29-2007 10:18 PM 55 Panel Progress Report
Been a bear finding time and weather to paint but here it is so far this year. Been driving the heck out of it and loving the ride with unbelievable cornering, not that I do a lot of it. Maybe I can tackle the quarters and front fenders next year!
Well, next year came and went. Did some straightening, mostly driving it.



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02-05-2006 11:42 PM 55 Panel update 06
The two tone is starting to take shape in areas. Ford colors won out on this vehicle; lots of pearl!!


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02-05-2006 11:37 PM 55 Panel update
Got the rear door done this last year but made some changes to the original config. Hope I can get her done all the way this year with not many interruptions.


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02-06-2005 08:28 PM 55 panel project Hatchback
I wanted to do this before I found pictures of other attempts.
I found that what you might see isn't always a well engineered design ( the hard way). It will work and well when its done.


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08-02-2004 01:55 AM 55 panel rust repair
more cut and paste shots. No more puddles splashing in the face, only heat or AC. I utilized rear pickup fenders and aftermarked rocker panels to rebuild the side quarters, even the missing rear portions where somebody sawzalled them off. I like POR 15. Goes on nice. Most of the new metal was after market- the rest was hand made or formed. I even used some of the old metal that was blasted on both sides, as it wast .060 thick. Built tough,eh.
She is going to be 50 soon!


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