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nice repair on that frame. if you keep your quality of work like that, you are gonna end up with one beautiful car!

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Good work on that frame.

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I wish I had my dad's new '64 C sport 327-275 today. reckon it's campbell's soup cans by now.

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well i did alot of work this past week the first and second picture was a rust through spot was how does that look btw my car is gonna be a tank some spots that are common rust through places are up to 1/4 inch thick then its just my second rail im forming to fit then the frame back together
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seems im having trouble loading the photo waited an hour for picture one

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I can only copy and paste picture too....   thought it was my machine again...

As I was watching your frame, I was thinking it would be easier, to buy the NON rusted part, from the dry southern states, and ship it, rather than the whole frame.....

Lots of 80-89 Monte Carlos have had repair sections made up, and nicely grafted on...

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More from Jonathan:

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thanks ray

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Hey Jonathan, nice job!! I hope your showing these pictures to your "wonderfull" neighbour next door so thay can appreciate the hard work your doing??? I'll bet they will want the 1st. ride in it???? That happened to me yrs. ago, brought home a 56 Chevy more door wagon [all apart] they thought I was "nuts" Then the following spring when I drove it out of the garage they all wanted a ride in it!!!!!!!

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frame is done all it needs now is a little smoothing out and painting

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looking really good jonathon, really really good!

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Good job Jonathan!!! Will you have to wait until Spring to put it back together?

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Pontiacanada wrote:

Good job Jonathan!!! Will you have to wait until Spring to put it back together?



sadly yes since the snow just fell cry.gifcry.gifcry.gifcry.gifcry.gifcry.gif
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you r doing a great job man wow reminds me of the old shop days in high school...not seeing a whole lot of blood so thats good!

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HOLY SNOTBURGERS BATMAN!! HELLUVA GREAT JOB KIDDO!! I know where there's another frame you could do up......"""MINE"""!! LOL! Whether it needs it or not! Keep up the good work pally! Just think; counting today, ONLY 69 DAYS UNTIL THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING! WOOOO
WOOOO!! Keep us posted on how the rest of it goes as it goes Pally! Again, great job man!

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Wow....impressive. I hope  to follow the progress, so I hope girls dont become more important than cars this summer!  Once the ride is on the road, plenty of girlies will want to own the passenger seat.  Years from now, when us older folks have had our last ride, you will be the future of CP. Keep up the great work.

1. Cars have warning lights when something is wrong. Girls become monosyllabic and walk faster.

2. You can dress up your car the way you want.

3. A car is more straightforward to lubricate.

4. Cars will never tell you to dress up if youre going out with a group in the evening.

5. When the cars speaker is loud, you can lower the volume. Or mute it!

6. Cars dont ask you if they look fat.

7. Cars dont ask why you havent introduced them to your mother.

8. Cars dont need to go to the restroom together and compare notes.

9. Its less expensive to upgrade a cars bumpers.

10. Cars are more likely to get along with your male buddies.

11. You can love two cars at the same time and nobody will think youre a jerk.

12. Cars dont ask you where this is going. They go where you point the steering wheel.

13. Cars dont feel insecure about the car you had before them.

14. Cars dont give you hell for looking at other cars.



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there is no worry about the progress i just dropped the engine off at my shop for a rebuild and it finally out of the snow and weather woot i also welded a painting rack for my front suspension and rear diff....... talking about heavy i carried my rear end inside the house wow that thing was heavy but thanks for the encouraging words it really gives me an extra push to work on her



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A big guy like you should be able to curl that rear end at least 10 reps.

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cdnpont wrote:

A big guy like you should be able to curl that rear end at least 10 reps.



I'VE SEEN A COUPLE PICTURES ON HERE OF THIS YOUNG MAN, 10 REPS. PROBLY WON'T EVEN BREAK A SWEAT!wink

YOU'RE MAKING FINE PROGRESS JON. 
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i know this is not showing much this picture is coming from my crappy blue berry but i found my pistons are in Great shape also my bore's are almost perfect the same wear throughout im very happy with what ive found...... total cost of rebuilding the engine 512 bucks.... it would be cheaper but my heads need to be redone just the basic valve job  the seats are as hard as a bullets. so there getting fixed i think my car is an original 67000 car because there is not alot of wear on anything. i almost forgot ive gotten a lead on an old crane camand lifters set still in the box from the early 90's 

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Hey Jonathan, good news on the engine!

Your posts are so wide because you are posting pics horizontally instead of vertically.
Hit "enter" after you insert each pic.

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 I painted the rear diff getting ready for it's reunion with the chassis  im going to head over to my grand mothers and paint the frame this weekend  then put it back together



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excellent! i was wondering when you were gonna get back at it.

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That's Awesome !!! You are really doing a great Job Jonathan!!

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