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Details, details! Lots of hours spent in the shop working on the rear quarter end caps and valence getting everything gapped and smoothed just like we want it. Lots of work left, but it's really starting to look great!
Slow, slow, SLOW! Detail work at the rear of the car continues, but progress has been made! Heading into the Fall season and things are starting to shape up on the bodywork front. Soon, we will be fitting new doors and working the roof areas. My Winter work is planned!
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Thanks very much Terry! Staying the course on the small stuff is an exercise in patience for sure. Now that the car is starting to look more like a car, it's tough to not want to start flying along out of enthusiasm. But, in the end, I have to talk myself down off the edge to stay focused! Dang it!
I get asked a lot about using U-Pol's Raptor coating as an alternative to conventional undercoating sprays and other underbody protectants, so this update features Raptor coating again but this time on the bottom of our new stainless fuel tank and the rear valence. Hope this helps answer some of the questions!
Well, I'm LONG overdue in this update, so apologies in advance!
The shop is done and outfitted and we have finally been able to get back to work on the Boss build! Got the rear axle assembly & 4-link installed and are well on our way to lots of new stuff!