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1970 Boss 302 Street/Touring Build Blog

Discussion in 'Member's Build Threads' started by swpruett, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. swpruett

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  2. swpruett

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    I hope this post finds everyone enjoying the remainder of the Christmas Season and hopfully enjoying some family and hobby time as well.

    In spite of the pace of the season, I have managed a bit more progress on the Boss interior sheet metal preparations and a bit of body modification thrown in:

    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/2012/12 ... -more.html

    All the best!
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    Sven Pruett
    Lake Orion, MI

    1970 Boss 302 -
    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/
    1956 Thunderbird
    1988 Mustang Hatchback - NHRA Super Pro
     
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  5. Sluggo

    Sluggo Active Member Staff Member Moderator

    That's gonna be an awesome ride.

    Can't wait to see it come together.
     
  6. swpruett

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    Thanks Sluggo! This 'ol girl is my daily therapy! LOL! I love your signature picture btw! :wor
     
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  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Nice work. PPG is tops, period.
     
  9. swpruett

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    AMEN to that! PPG products have NEVER let me down! Thanks for having a look!
     
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  12. swpruett

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    It's been a challenging past few weeks, but the floor in our Boss project is now fully seam sealed and we're heading toward getting the floor finish primed and start looking at applying the U-POL Raptor sprayable bed liner soon. It's coming along!

    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/2013/03 ... leted.html

    Sven Pruett
    Lake Orion, MI

    1970 Boss 302 -
    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/
    1956 Thunderbird
    1988 Mustang Hatchback - NHRA Super Pro
     
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    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/2013/05 ... art-3.html

    I am happy to report the roof skin installation went great! There were a few tricks to getting everything welded up, particularly in the drip rail area, but I have tried to walk through everything we did to get it right.

    Enjoy!

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    Sven Pruett
    Lake Orion, MI

    1970 Boss 302 -
    http://1970boss302.blogspot.com/
    1956 Thunderbird
    1988 Mustang Hatchback - NHRA Super Pro
     
  17. Shaun

    Shaun Member

    Holy crap Sven. I thought I was anal and detail oriented, your blog is awesome! Wanna do the body work on my 70 next? :thu
     
  18. swpruett

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    Thanks Shaun! I figure you're gunna want to sell me that 70 soon enough anyway, so it might just happen either way! :thu
     
  19. Shaun

    Shaun Member

    I would rather sell it and buy one with the body and paint done, then hang all my parts off it. I much rather enjoy mechanical work than body work.

    Its a good mule car, and I'm glad I have that year so I could figure a few things out. We are going to drive it for a while then decide what to do...
     
  20. SELLERSRODSHOP

    SELLERSRODSHOP Active Member

    wish you were closer, we could do ALOT of swapping out! :thu
     

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