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  1. #601
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    Bottom one FTW!
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  2. #602
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    Although the cursive is nice, please don't get offended, it is not really legible. I see no difference between the k and le. At least the letter B is legible.

  3. #603
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    Thank you for the help. The bottom was my first selection as well.

  4. #604
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    I like the top one

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  5. #605
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    Bottom one is easier to read as it flies by. lol

  6. #606
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    I ended up choosing the bottom one. I mentioned that it looked like the script from Porsche and he told me that is exactly what it was. LOL! Thanks for the help with the decision.

  7. #607
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    The car is coming along nicely. The gaps are done and we are now ready for some high build primer. Name:  IMG_2906.JPG
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    The license plate bracket is also done. It turned out pretty nice.
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    I picked up a new toy this weekend. It give me some more items to look at during SEMA this year!Name:  59200261780__B10C8E71-99F1-450F-A5DC-D2EBB7673604.JPG
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  8. #608
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    This is one of my favorite builds on this forum. Getting excited to see the shiny stuff applied!

  9. #609
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    The base coat of primer went on today. It is the first step to paint! The mirrors were mounted a couple weeks ago but my car was on the back shelf while my guy painted a nice 64 Corvette. Now the Volvo is getting some love again.

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  10. #610
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    Very cool!

  11. #611
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    Yes!
    66 Mustang "Project: Ballin on a budget"
    89 Mustang "Box Wine"

  12. #612
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    The car is in the skim coat of filler and blocking out stage now. Not really interesting to post pictures but I did get some pretty cool news. My body guy seems to think we may be able to get it into the BASF booth for SEMA 2020. It would be such an honor to have this thing parked next to a Chip Foose car next year. Wow!!

    Another piece of good news is that the glass should be done in the next 2-3 weeks. Just in time for checking the fit before paint. Fesler is coming through for me. Thanks Chris.

    For now, just need to get this thing painted then assembled.



  13. #613
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    Awesome! What exciting news!

  14. #614
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    This car deserves it! Congrats!
    '69 Charger, Viper TT, AME full frame with IRS -- under construction.

  15. #615
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    Wow!
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  16. #616
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    "It would be such an honour to have this thing parked next to a Chip Foose car next year" .I would say it would be an honour for Chip Foose to park one of his cars beside this!

  17. #617
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    The first round of blocking and refining the lines is done. Here is a little glimpse of the car now. It is in the booth today getting the Raderal Spray Polyester applied. This is after the first of 4 coats. This stuff is like liquid gold. My body guy says he would do away with any product he uses but this. He is in love with how it works.

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  18. #618
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    That has to feel good seeing go to the paint stage.


  19. #619
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    It does feel good. It is looking pretty good. We are on the 3rd coat of primer and the blocking is progressing. The gaps are fantastic!
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  20. #620
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    That's a lot of blocking but looking good! Getting closer to seeing some color on it.

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