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  • #46
    More..........
    I found bent angles make excellent template fixins. They don't sag and flop around like a piece of cardboard.



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    • #47
      and more....hope you guys like pics........


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      • #48
        Took all the parts to work and spot welded them together.....


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        • #49
          Off she goes for a bath...............


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          • #50
            Time to hustle before the rust set in..........


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            • #51
              More hustlin'.....


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              • #52
                SPI epoxy primer........


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                • #53
                  Floor install.........


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                  • #54
                    Seam sealer............


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                    • #55
                      At this time I stopped working on the car to build the new house. These pics were in June of 2014.
                      I got the car back in the garage in August of this year and have been slowly trying to get back in the groove.
                      It's not easy after five years.
                      Pugsy

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                      • #56
                        Pugsy
                        Man you were just starting to rock and roll on it.
                        It shouldn't take long to get back in the groove. Want to is everything!!!!!!!
                        Your doing great work on it.
                        Looking forward to future progress on it.
                        David Bradbury

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                        • #57
                          Man alive- this is a great project, Pugsy. I think it says a lot about you to hear you put things on hold to to prioritize your house. Very, very cool. There's no reason to feel pressure on your car. Do what makes you happy.

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                          • #58
                            Nice I like it !
                            Peter T.

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                            • #59
                              Thanks Guys.

                              Ya, I have another 7 years until retirement.
                              If I'm done by then, that will be fine. I can go cruisin' then.
                              Pugsy

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                              • #60
                                VERY, VERY crafty young man you are. If I had known that you were that smart, I might have taken you out bought you dinner when you visited my shop. Maybe some of that 'smart' might have rubbed of on me. Well done, Jari!

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