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That's how my mirrors were mounted on one of my old cars. I like it better than mounted to the window frame

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What a machine. beyond cool. Nice to know the mirror placement works better too. Any close ups of the mirrors.
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What a machine. beyond cool. Nice to know the mirror placement works better too. Any close ups of the mirrors.
I don't have any great photos of just the mirrors



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Progress is looking good, Rod!

I need get off other projects and get back on mine!
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Thanks, I decided to tackle the gear box and rear bearings etc.



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After a year in the Fab shop, she is home. My daughter Olivia and I accomplished the move today.







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Fuel filler hole, I need to make a flare tool to bevel the edges




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Rod looking really good,something to be proud of.I always look forward to seeing your progress.

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Hi Kevin, thank you.
I started mocking things up, Gonna run the oil lines, those will need new holes in the body etc. and generally see how everything else fits together before I get it blasted and into paint. So Its getting closer.
Glad your enjoying the progress
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I wish we were closer to eachother i would offer you my body and paint expertise.Haha.If you need any advice on materials i certainly am sure i could help.

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Kevin I will take that offer, I have never really experimented with paint and body I really would like to do all the prep work using a minimal amount of filler if possible. I'm gonna get the entire car Dry ice blasted so it will be very clean.
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Cryo-blast (dry ice) Is set for Monday. So disassembled again.






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Hey Rod let us know how that turns out,i used to do that on printing presses years ago i can tell u that its a very loud machine but works very well at least on heavy machinery.

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For sure Kevin

Guy said it can be gentle enough to remove printing on business cards or dial it up to remove paint etc.
So pretty anxious to see the results.
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Curious on what they quoted for the CO2 blast if you don't mind? Great project.
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What color are you going with?
Sorry if I missed that info somewhere in the thread.


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Rod i know for a fact that it will remove the paint what i dont know if it will warp the metal.Just beware of the pressure.Do you know what size pellet they will be using?

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Hey gents.
Yea the colour is still up in the air, maybe silver or the original Prussian blue. $130 per hour and I'm not sure of the details of the dry ice, he said it will not warp or damage the metal though.







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Its not removing the paint?


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