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Started by Russell A. Sweet Jan 31.
Started by jason deussen. Last reply by Christopher Jacob White Feb 23, 2013.
Started by paul emmon Nov 10, 2012.
Thanks Ryan! Wish I could have saved the original paint and patina, but just too many areas that need attention to salvage it.
Hey Vall! That looks like a cool project! same with you Chris! Love the Trans Am.
I'm just starting bodywork on the Falcon; in between building a '69 Nova A/FX clone for a buddy of mine. The sanding gets me, so have to take a break every so often.
Nice work Chris!
Adding the badges.
from here on in it's just a million little things that will never get noticed.
I've finally started the bodywork on my Falcon gasser project. Put it off as long as possible, as it's not my favorite thing.
Did all my winter mechanical changes, and also did some changes to my Austin gasser. New QA1 coilovers on the rear to replace the donor Jaguar coilovers that were too stiff, and couldn't get aftermarket springs for. I got the rear down another 1.5" which makes it sit where I wanted, but still not rub the wheelwell openings.
Looking good Chris, and as you suspected not on schedule. LOL
Friday evening "not done" for Saturday pick up. really not a big deal I have a bathroom remodel and can use the garage space
The car is back to the paint shop for final buffing & a little paint repair by the tail light.
as the tail light gasket settled the lens caught the edge of the paint
and bulldozed it and lifted the soft paint.
they said one week, In paint shop speak I'm betting 2+ weeks
Looks almost exactly like the one my buddy sold a few months ago! His was a factory 6 cyl. 4 speed car!
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