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Discussion in 'Member's Build Threads' started by GPR, Aug 16, 2014.
All the major welding is finished time to take it off the jig and back on the cart
Looks very decent and solid.
Sprayed primer before the patch is welded in place
The welds were ground down and filled with duraglass
The new sheetmetal that had not been epoxy primed before was sanded to bare metal
Two coats of SPI red oxide epoxy primer. It is darker than the photos
Fantastic looking work, that is going to be a great car when you all get finished with it.
very nice work and progress.
Outside this is the color of the red oxide epoxy not how it looks in the booth with all the lights.
There was a little rust in the right A pillar
It was sanded and epoxy primed
thats some nice work
It is starting to look like a 1969 Mustang
Brian is starting to work on the door gaps
Sorry I have forgotten to update
The bottom of the car was tapped off getting ready for primer.
Hood and deck lid are painted with a couple of coats of clear
Front valance and head light buckets painted Acapulco blue with 4 coats of SPI Universal Clear
Inside the trunk painted
Thursday I sprayed 3 coats of ProSpray Acapulco blue
Friday I sprayed 3 coats of SPI Universal clear
After wet sanding the doors I sprayed 3 more coats of clear today
Wow. Looking great!
I do love that color!
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That is awesome
Really looking good!
The body was wet sanded and is ready for 3 more coats of clear
Brian wet sanded and finished buffing the deck lid
A lot has happened since my last post.
The doors have been wet sanded and buffed
The body has been wet sanded and buffed
Doors and deck lid have been installed
Rear bumper, gas tank and cap installed
Wow! Looks awesome.
Opentracker roller spring perches and suspension along with Wilwood brakes installed
TCP rack and pinon
Strange 9" rear