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Progress on my 67 Coronet R/T
#21
theman440 Wrote:Wow, moving right along!

I started as soon as it started warming up this spring. Try to get a little done every day. Unfortunately, I smashed my finger at work yesterday so I won't be doing much for a week at least. Just got
a new trunk floor from AMD and scored an outer wheel housing from a donor car so I have plenty to do when I can.
If it ain't broke, fix it 'til it is...
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#22
Lots of credit man! That's a lot of fab work! But glad another blue R/T will see the road again!!
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#23
Nice work! Looks good
Clean as a whistle 
Smelling like a rose
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#24
Save a lot of money doing bodywork youself!
Objects quickly DISAPPEAR in the rearview mirror and PLEASE stay seated until the ride comes to a complete stop!!
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#25
The front corner of the trunk extension was rusty. Made another patch from the aftermarket piece. Trying to keep the good original metal. There was a part number stamped on it so I made sure to save that.
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I had never used a needle scaler before. Bought one to remove the undercoating. Works great! taking a wire wheel to it after that.
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#27
I'm enjoying your updates thanks for posting.
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#28
Damn, you make it look so easy. That's some talent there.
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#29
Mark's 69 Wrote:Damn, you make it look so easy. That's some talent there.
Yes he is!!
Objects quickly DISAPPEAR in the rearview mirror and PLEASE stay seated until the ride comes to a complete stop!!
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#30
Mark's 69 Wrote:Damn, you make it look so easy. That's some talent there.

What you're not seeing is all the cussing, looking for the tool I just had in my hand, and throwing things. That's where most of my time is actually spent!
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