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My new project

Discussion in 'Street Rods / Hot Rods' started by lordfeyr, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. lordfeyr

    lordfeyr I'm NEW... What now?

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    Most of the rough body work has been done. Im in the process of removing the doors, hood, trun lid, fenders etc... I will then do all the block sanding etc... of those pieces while the car is having the floor boards replaced.

    Then I will put it back together and block sand again to make sure the lines are straight.

    Not sure on colors but I am thinking of a redish gold copper color with the secondary color being a metallic silver.


    I think I got a fair deal on the car at 1600, plus its a non post car meaning no pillar separating the windows. Its a true HardTop.
     
  2. batman

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    i'm diggin the buick...not enough of them aroung if you ask me...and as for the paint theme, do as you wish but i'm thinkin 2 tone black and silver...mmmmmmmmm......
     
  3. lordfeyr

    lordfeyr I'm NEW... What now?

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    The wife doesnt want anything to do with black... I would never do black and silver because where I live all the "gangsters" ride with black and silver and love the raiders :)

    I dont feel like drawing the attention from that crowd.

    I originally wanted to do a red metallic with flat black but the wife shot that down.
     
  4. Shanks12

    Shanks12 Will You Join My WolfPack?

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    Looks sweet man.... :thumbs:

    Looking forward to seeing this work in progress :lurk:
     
  5. junior3815

    junior3815 Get 'em, Got 'em, Good

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    NICE:drool: Im ready to see this develop!
     

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