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soc123_au wrote
If its 350 for a couple of sets that sounds great. Mine are done ready to get that done. I will get Cages done asap so we can do them at the same time. I will just do his to suit my dash as his will be the same anyway.


Steve, don't forget to lend it to me for a little bit and I can check our whether I can tool up for it.


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cage wrote
soc123_au wrote
If its 350 for a couple of sets that sounds great. Mine are done ready to get that done. I will get Cages done asap so we can do them at the same time. I will just do his to suit my dash as his will be the same anyway.


Steve, don't forget to lend it to me for a little bit and I can check our whether I can tool up for it.


Dont you just love it when a blokes talks all dirty?? :rotfl:


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Dont you just love it when a blokes talks all dirty?? :rotfl:


Can't wait to see one in the flesh! Surprised


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Nuts wrote
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Dont you just love it when a blokes talks all dirty?? :rotfl:


Can't wait to see one in the flesh! Surprised


Did you want to put some RHD ones on Your car as well?


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Shaunp wrote


Did you want to put some RHD ones on Your car as well?


Yep, my hacked up pieces could have been done a little better.


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Collect some old intact pieces then, to cut up, Once the Jag is gone, which should be in the next few weeks, I'll have some space and a clean bench. I want to get back to the Mustang stuff then. The metalised ones look very nice. They were metalised from new not chrome like the repops. For the camera case finish though, I'm thinking wrinkle paint. For mine I'm going to buy a sheet of brushed stainless Laminex, rather then make alloy ones. This should last longer,thinking of laying it in the door panels as well, as the alloy door pieces get really scrathed from rings, watches etc around the door handle.


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Heads have arrived.









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They look purdy!


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Went down the mates place to day and made some drip rails,on his gear. harder then they look , its' difficult to get the lip on the bottom that holds the mould on, had to kind of make them oppersite to the factory ones to get the lip in the bottom, also made some edges for the side of the roof. They hold the moulds like a champion. First one is the A pillar gutter, 2nd roof gutter, 3rd roof side that drops into the gutter





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Looks good.


I will someday think of something clever to say.

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1/4 panel repair. I'm aiming for close to file finish on this car, this is getting close, another hour or so. Notice this car has one repaint only on this panel


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boofhead wrote
Looks good.

Your Cougar is looking ok, I was down the shop this arvo, had to move all the cars around to fit them all in, before knock off, its sounds ok to. Sounds better than the Chevelle


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I am happy with the Cougar - it is not perfect by any means but I like to drive them so perfect is not good under those conditions. I am looking forward to getting some colour on it. The Chevelle hmmm I suspect it will end up being a long story.

I am looking forward to seeing your progress as I am sure it will be a first class job.


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Gutter fitted. You could do a better job with the roof skin off. it's hard to get in behind it to dress it up. But it's still only a light skim of filler regardless





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Good to see you have good Sykes hammers, that same hammer is my favourite & the one I usually grab first..... Smile

Nice job on the gutter... Thumbs Up


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