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Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by Twisted72, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. Twisted72

    Twisted72 Veteran Member

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    mini tubs are in and welded as soon as the weather breaks or I get some heat in the garage (which ever comes first) going to grind all the welds and primer the inside and then seam seal. getting list together for the 5.3 build and tranny while that is going on getting back on the flush fit the front windshield (turning out to be a PITA). if things go right will be making it a roller by spring. Thanks to all that looks
     
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    its been too cold to be garage ..need heat
     
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    been out helping Mr Muscle to learn more about body working
     
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    Got in the garage to get a few things done, just to give me more to do
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    now comes the fun of lining and fitment
     
  5. brooksman9

    brooksman9 Veteran Member

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    You are mistaken my friend. lol
     
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  6. perkalator

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    i 2nd your are mistaken. However I just ordered two dycacorn fenders so I will match you in the frustration department. lol
     
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  7. Twisted72

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    now that can not be true, for if it is not fun I can't do it.
    Story.
    I work for a guy in a garage for some time ago, notice almost every time he worked on a car (which was rare) he would get mad, so mad he at times beat the car up. One time he was hot mad and I asked him "why are you mad" he replied "its not doing what I want it too", I replied "you should not work on things smarter then you"
     
  8. brooksman9

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    Yup, "you just have to be a little bit smarter than the material your working with" is what I was always told coming up in the electrical field. lol
     
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  9. Twisted72

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    well after a few days of taking off, putting back on, little grind here and there, then little cut and weld I think I got it the best its going to get. for aftermarket parts its not perfect but I think after some body working I will be able to live with it. will post a video of fitment later.
     

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