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Couldnt get any overcast pics on Saturday as it was in the booth getting the black done. Today though.........
For you viewing pleasure









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Absolutely awesome mate I love the colour and the black looks frikken awesome. I think you missed a spot near the left quarter extension... :rotfl:

Thanks for the pics Thumbs Up

Here is another from the album



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

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Fuck that looks good. The black looks awesome Lee. If you aren't batting off right now there is something wrong with you. Fap


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Took a bit of effort to miss that bit. The things we do for the sake of originality.


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soc123_au
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Q has left the building. Kerry should have it finished by morning Smile

Thankyou Lee for having us share your adventure. We look forward to seeing it complete. I didn't get any pics of it leaving, it was a little dark.

It's also always a pleasure to work with Kerry, it's been an eye opener checking out some of the little details on the car. Many neat little tricks. Love your work old fella.


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so it came with the blacked out bonet?
Looks incredible, great work Kerry and Steve et.al


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Ausjacko wrote
so it came with the blacked out bonet?
Looks incredible, great work Kerry and Steve et.al


Yep, it may have started down the line as a GT, but came off the end as a Mach.


Kerry

"Thank you Boofhead for the wonderful memories"

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Excuse the ignorant question, but at what stage does the little black pinstripe go around the blackout on the bonnet? Is that a different process?


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It is getting done the old fashioned way with a pinwheel, as per factory.


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soc123_au wrote
It is getting done the old fashioned way with a pinwheel, as per factory.


Who does that Steve?

Barry


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soc123_au wrote
It is getting done the old fashioned way with a pinwheel, as per factory.


Now that I want to see pictures of!


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Well the painting process was painless for me... :rotfl: Just a matter of dropping Q off at StMarys Prestige Smash & picking up a couple of weeks later... Thumbs Up

Q is safely tucked away in bed. Front end panels back off after the trip back to Duggo & safely stored in the spare room in the house.....







Thanks to John (jbb) who came around to help Mrsozbilt & myself unload Q.... Thumbs Up



Q now ready for the reassembly to begin....



Kerry

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love the front end ozbuilt, street legal or race only ? very Roger Ramjet-ish lol


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69Boss wrote
soc123_au wrote
It is getting done the old fashioned way with a pinwheel, as per factory.


Who does that Steve?

Barry


Sean (BossKraft).

We researched how they originally did it & then went after the correct equipment.


Kerry

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ozbilt wrote
69Boss wrote
soc123_au wrote
It is getting done the old fashioned way with a pinwheel, as per factory.


Who does that Steve?

Barry


Sean (BossKraft).

We researched how they originally did it & then went after the correct equipment.


Good to know for later thanks Kerry


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