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The Paint Prison sentence begins


yea my former 68 paris had hood rust but hey your car all and all looks very solid to me coming along good

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The hood is done !

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And all the other bolt ons are being primed up.

 

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The finish line is coming soon !



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Awesome!  I think your paint guy has progressed pretty quickly!  I've heard of cars being stuck in paint jail for literally years...



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That is a light sentence. It will be out on probation in no time!



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I forgot to mention,

They were cursing at that Trunk Rubber today.

 

Dale, (NOS)

I guess I did follow your instructions correctly biggrin

 



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I can't wait for colour!



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Here is some colour biggrin

Engine is all dressed up and ready to go.

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The blue wires will be replaced once the AC Delco ones arrive.

Exhaust manifolds are painted with "Cast Blast"

The new motor mounts are not exactly the same, hopefully they will work. 

I still may add a new fuel pump.

 



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Don't forget the red heater hoses.

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4SPEED427 wrote:

Don't forget the red heater hoses.


 LOL,

 

I threw them out years ago biggrin

But just for you,

Here is a memory,

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Looking good!!!

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Today I degreased the front frame and gave it a good coating of flat black.

That was planned However,

This wasn't.

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This has to be the last ghost !

I got a call Tuesday, the driver's side dash/cowl panel had a hole.

the patch needed to be the size of a playing card.

I was so worried that it would have been bigger.

I have had a Canadian Poncho Toolbox sticker in that corner for years.

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As for the windshield, she is pitted and wiper scratched so I decided to put new glass in.

The engine goes back in Sunday moring.

And this is where things will go dark for a while.

I have chosen a different path for the colour.

Red is out.

I think it would be best explained once the car is all back together.

So,

I get the car back March 9th,

 

I have a care package being sent to me sometime later this spring from Jerel.

Once the car is all back together we will see what you think biggrin

 

 



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Black would look pretty damn good on your car.

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Canadian Poncho wrote:

Black would look pretty damn good on your car.


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Finished installing the engine today.

Driveshaft, linkage and all the other nuts and bolts.

Installed the new wiper motor, the newly painted heater box and blower.

It's so nice to have the ratchet set to "on"

To speed up the job,

I ran the wheel wells and the rad cradle to a sandblasting shop in Woodstock.

The car should be ready for paint a week from Monday !!!


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very good a surprise color i like it

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I had to go get dog food today,

I chose the store just down from the body shop biggrin

That Ziebart oily rubber coating really did it's job over the years.

These are the filler panels from the front of the wheel wells.

Before and after I removed the coating.

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Painted up and now I just want to use them as wall art !

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Most these panels rusted off by 1976.

As for the rest of the car,

All the "Hot Rod" black is done.

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I'm glad they talked me into the restoration of everything under the hood.

The Rad cradle, wheel wells, battery tray and hood hinges were sandblasted at Franklin's in Woodstock, ON.

I highly recommend this "Heavy Machinery" shop as they always do a great job.

The Air breather was done in house.

Does anyone have a line on a recreated air breather sticker ?

Some insurance work that came in has delayed the finish date for the car but the paint is going on soon.

Several base coats and then at lease two coats of clear.

 

The front fenders will be painted off the car but installed for the final coats.

I decided to call a flatbed when it is ready.

They are still dumping sand on my roads.

The U-Haul trailer would not be the best with my truck kicking up all that junk. 

 



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