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Modified 1968 Coupe

scedd

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After waiting 5 months for the next installment, is that all you're going to give us? :rant
 

scedd

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"Sluggo" said:
Patience my son.
This is the modern world old man.
Its all about me, me, me and now, now, now. :sarc

Plus, these restorations of Rusty's are better than any viewing on the TV,
except for Hell on Wheels & The Walking Dead :thu
 

GPR

Active Member
"scedd" said:
After waiting 5 months for the next installment, is that all you're going to give us? :rant
Sorry we are behind on this project but customer cars come first.



We have also been working on this 1967 Fairlane

 
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GPR

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"Opentracker" said:
Hey - Nice Fairlane ! That color has a lot of POP to it . :thu
Thanks John I think the front end will also have a lot of pop in it when we get it to the dragstrip with your front suspension in it.
 

scedd

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"GPR" said:
Sorry we are behind on this project but customer cars come first.



We have also been working on this 1967 Fairlane

Hey Rusty,
Don't apologise.
Your doing all this fine work and we just can't wait to see it.
I will have to be more patient (hang on didn't I hear that earlier)
 
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GPR

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"Opentracker" said:
For some reason I thought that car was dark blue or black. You guys sure do some nice work.
You must have seen pictures when it was black epoxy primer.

 
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GPR

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Check out the Baer brake install in an upcoming issue of Modified Mustangs & Fords magazine.



 

JRANGER

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lol yeah i mean the window area...I see most cover it with a paperish cloth or carbopard but what you use looks different.. I could be crazy
 

GPR

Active Member
"JRANGER" said:
lol yeah i mean the window area...I see most cover it with a paperish cloth or carbopard but what you use looks different.. I could be crazy
We use 3m or Norton plastic sheeting that comes in rolls big enough to cover the whole car. Brian cuts it to the size he needs.
 
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