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Foresight
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Yep Q is getting there cage
I now have a very deep understanding of the old cliche "It'll get worse before it gets better"


Cheers,
Lee & Q
69 428 mach 1 - Guess who...it's Q!

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Foresight wrote
Yep Q is getting there cage
I now have a very deep understanding of the old cliche "It'll get worse before it gets better"


Another one when doing a job, like this one, is "The long way is the short way".


Kerry

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Today's look, final fit up of 1/4 panels before glue/welding. Doors are now off with skins removed for blasting tomorrow. More pics then.








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starting to look like a car! great work kerry, good pics! Very Happy


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Awesome stuff.
I wish I had the money to pay someone to do mine. I'll just have to put up with the backyard shenanigans!


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Had a close look last weekend and was very impressed with those cleko thingys, a smart little tool for the car builder.


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Medic
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67 C Code coupe
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Hey there was a car under that pile of crap! Wow! 😂


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MustangMedic wrote
Had a close look last weekend and was very impressed with those cleko thingys, a smart little tool for the car builder.


I bought mine from a supplier in Melbourne and can vouch for the products. They are just fantastic. There are a few different styles and I also got a handful of the screw down ones and some side grip ones as well.

They really are reasonably priced as well.

I just found this on ebay Cleco Fastener Kit - eBay and that is a really good price for "Buy it now" at $59.99


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mikes68 wrote
MustangMedic wrote
Had a close look last weekend and was very impressed with those cleko thingys, a smart little tool for the car builder.


I bought mine from a supplier in Melbourne and can vouch for the products. They are just fantastic. There are a few different styles and I also got a handful of the screw down ones and some side grip ones as well.

They really are reasonably priced as well.

I just found this on ebay Cleco Fastener Kit - eBay and that is a really good price for "Buy it now" at $59.99


What are these things , where would you use them , how do they work???


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here ya go
www.challengers101.com...oTool.html


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Awesome work Kerry, you gotta be happy Lee


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MustangMedic
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Hey Nuts maybe you need to get some for your next project or even for Daryls project, wadya rekon.


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Medic
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donoauto wrote
mikes68 wrote
MustangMedic wrote
Had a close look last weekend and was very impressed with those cleko thingys, a smart little tool for the car builder.


I bought mine from a supplier in Melbourne and can vouch for the products. They are just fantastic. There are a few different styles and I also got a handful of the screw down ones and some side grip ones as well.

They really are reasonably priced as well.

I just found this on ebay Cleco Fastener Kit - eBay and that is a really good price for "Buy it now" at $59.99


What are these things , where would you use them , how do they work???


They are used to pin sheet metal together whilst you weld or fasten in whatever way you need to. Take a look at the last phot in my thread (page 18) and you will see them in action... Mikes68


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ChilliChadd wrote
Awesome work Kerry, you gotta be happy Lee


Very happy mate although happy is a bit of an understatement Bow Down


Cheers,
Lee & Q
69 428 mach 1 - Guess who...it's Q!

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When are you comming back over for your next visit.


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Medic
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