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Yesterday 06:52 PM
John long I do have a good start on my belt line trim. These pieces are straightened and sanded to 3000. Still need to be buffed though.

John



Yesterday 08:18 AM
John long
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John, are you and your wife OK. We have missed you for a couple of weeks and starting to worry.
Thank you for being concerned. I am fine. Progress on the car is moving forward but at a pretty slow pace.

Steve has all the window regulators in and is installing the overflow tank for the radiator. I have the seat covered except for the hard parts and am back to polishing and straightening the upper belt line stainless so he can install the vent windows and door glass. The quarter window frames are still at the chrome plater's but he has the run tracks all blasted and epoxied as well as the regulators installed.

I have a lady that comes in to stay with Barb 3 days a week for 6 hours a day. I am blessed to have her but time for toys is still pretty scarce.

John
Yesterday 12:01 AM
NEW INTERIORS Look's amazing !!!!!!
02-21-2020 05:13 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by cgates View Post
John, are you and your wife OK. We have missed you for a couple of weeks and starting to worry.
He posted last night in the "what did you work on today" forum.
02-21-2020 01:20 PM
cgates John, are you and your wife OK. We have missed you for a couple of weeks and starting to worry.
02-08-2020 02:31 PM
cozwurth Looks good to me. Love it!

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02-08-2020 05:31 AM
123pugsy Drool........
02-07-2020 09:17 PM
Molon Labe Boy, it is really looking good. I see you figured out how to use the hubcaps. They right on the money for that car.
02-07-2020 07:26 PM
1971BB427 Man, you're really getting close John!
02-07-2020 06:44 PM
John long Went up to Steve's and visited with Precious today....



Her garnish moldings are painted and installed.



Jer rear view mirror is in.



The radio is in though not wired yet.



And she has red wheels with a new set of '53 Olds Fiesta spinners.







It was hard to say goodnight to her, turn the lights out, leave her in that cold garage, all alone, in the dark, by herself.





Gotta get this seat done and finish the stainless........

John
02-06-2020 03:41 PM
John long I have the he drivers backrest finished and have started redoing the passenger side I was so unhappy with.

Steve has my wheels painted red and we changed the front tires yesterday.

Also, the stock origional radio has been converted to solid state am/fm and is ready to install.

John



01-31-2020 07:37 PM
S10xGN
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Thanks. PhotoBucket was down for over a month. There will be a lot of business owners looking for a new hosting site.

While PhotoBucket was down, I found Postimage.org which worked quite well after getting used to it.

John
John,

Methinks PB is not down, but doing something a bit more nefarious. I've been using Imgur for awhile now, but just got on PB (only by logging in thru their front page) as a test. My site is also blocked and inaccessible thru the normal link. This is the message I get from the main page login:

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Why am I seeing this message?

You are receiving this notification because your current account usage is above our Free Tier limit*.

*The Photobucket Free Tier is provided for users to get started with up to 250 images or a maximum total of 2.5GB and try all the features of our Beginner package including 25MB per month of image hosting bandwidth.
What do I need to do?

Upgrade to a premium plan. For just $5.99 per month, you can upgrade to our lowest priced premium plan. You get 25GB of storage, room for up to 2,500 images, along with priority access to our new state of the art image editor, private album sharing, an ad-free experience and more.
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or select another plan
What If You Do Nothing?

If you don't upgrade and continue to exceed the free tier limit, you will not be able to add photos to your account and must either delete or download images to meet the free tier limit.

Looks like they're intent on hitting pretty much all their users with fees...

Russ
01-31-2020 07:11 PM
idrivejunk Buying enough stuff so you get all one batch is important, I would imagine. While imagining, somewhere back in the swatch phase I got the mental picture of the brown and tan and while its not me, it does seem like a together combo. I keep wanting to ask if you'd lay some samples over the dash for a shot of all the colors together. But I keep thinking you already did for us. or I already asked

Started typing to say what about the barstool? From the basement. Doesn't it need the "scrap"? I thought you had a barstool which looked kinda like a JiffyPop pan.

You mentioned the word disasterperating and I've had a thing or two go like that this week so thank heaven for second chances, right?
01-31-2020 04:46 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Donít toss the first one, get a seam ripper and do it over.

Iím with mgk any reject parts will fit right on my Ď54... 😉
Thanks guys. I have not verified whether I can use any of the pieces I tossed. problem with ripping the seams is the needle holes. With cloth, that is not a problem but with vinyl it is, big time. If I can move over 1/8Ē and not have to worry with the needle holes I will but at this time I have my doubts. I did buy 7 yards of the dark vinyl and 3 yards of the light so I should be OK.





Coswurth, I had a real problem picking a color. Black will not work in a convertible. White is too difficult to keep clean. Red would work if you could find exactly the right color but there is nothing worse than two reds that do not go together.

I did choose the tan to go with the dash and then the brown to contrast with the tan. I am anxious to see it all together.






The LH seat back is going much better. It is probably difficult to understand how it goes together by looking at the pictures but it will be easier to understand once it is all sewn up and assembly starts.

John
01-31-2020 09:49 AM
cozwurth I'm gonna parrot the others here... looks great to me! I'll be the first to admit that I would have been a bit leery about the color choices from just hearing them, but I'll be darned if they don't work. You've made a believer out of me. That works, and works very well together.

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