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Easy now, don't do too much before your mail from Manitoba arrives...

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Does that car actually have a factory rear antenna, or are you adding it?

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rear antenna add as well as a right side mirror. I just had to make those two changes



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Looking good Kevin.....but kind of a bland colour.winkwink



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hawkeye5766 wrote:

Looking good Kevin.....but kind of a bland colour.winkwink


 we had some left over living room paint so I saved a few buckswink



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I have only ever seen one 66 Beaumont with what appeared to be a factory rear antenna, and it was in a wrecking yard. Our member here, OldGoat told me about the car. Certainly a rare option or accessory, whichever it was.

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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
hawkeye5766 wrote:

Looking good Kevin.....but kind of a bland colour.winkwink


 we had some left over living room paint so I saved a few buckswink


... or left over from your battleship.

Lookin' good! 



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.



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Great work. Wish I was that far along.

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I blocked my truck to 600 and my painter made me scuff it back to 400, said it was to shiny for good paint adhesion, so will save that step next time.


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You've got some nice panel gaps happening there! :)

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Lt1 Burb wrote:

I blocked my truck to 600 and my painter made me scuff it back to 400, said it was to shiny for good paint adhesion, so will save that step next time.


 I have to trust what hes doing as he is body guy and painter. I do get that a ruff finish would hold the paint better. Add more crazy glue into the paint I guess lol



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I have 23 gallons of Mattrix Gm white paint   if you want it to look really nice ....



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Sent some parts to be stripped



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Assuming they were blasted? With what?

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norontcan wrote:

Assuming they were blasted? With what?


 They were dipped Ted

technostrip.com in Brampton 



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the details ! 



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I like it.

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Nice job! I've always looked in the trunk and marveled at how tough it would be to actually paint that. So many angles and corners, nooks and crannies. You obviously have much better painting skills than I do - I'm still struggling to apply a nice coat on a flat panel!



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66 Beau wrote:

Nice job! I've always looked in the trunk and marveled at how tough it would be to actually paint that. So many angles and corners, nooks and crannies. You obviously have much better painting skills than I do - I'm still struggling to apply a nice coat on a flat panel!


 Ok I am not going to take credit for what my painter did.



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