Yes Mike , that was before i hit the Left rear Quarter with a section of the car hoist being carried by the Bobcat 😢
Eh! its a driver ...... could of been worse not too much damage , just a scratch and a dimple in my once very straight panel. This is one reason why i havent cut and polished till its near ready to drive.
Would of liked to be driving it before damaging though
Car is looking great Scott, the wheels tie in well, and the stripes are like are they there, or are they not
It's a shame hey Scott, i remember when I had my old ute painted yellow, I almost cried when I put the first scratch in it, and it wasn't even a classic!
If its only a fine scratch that your fingernail won't fall in you could push it out and buff it and it'll be brand new.
No mate, if it was driving i would of moved it out of harms way, i couldnt push it back in the shed my self from the rough limestone drive and over the concrete lip. I need to fit the power steering hoses i just got made up and mod the tank with a internal pump, otherwise i could start it.
Wow Scott, that looks fantastic!
So....how much is it going to cost to hire your services to paint my daily driver??
Would love to Stu if you can wait inline for a couple of years, have you noticed no progress for about 4 mths? i havent been able to get into the shed for Mustang time in a while
Scott, have you figured out how you will wire up the light, wiper and indicator switches yet? or are you running the falcon/fairlane switches?
Nothing is set in concrete yet, i would like to keep an old style column and wheel on her, it has a XY column atm but i may use a XD one i have or even the Fairlane one but i still would like an older style wheel with maybe the cruise control attached or seperate on the dash. Same goes with all the other switches would like to keep old style so i will cross that bridge when i get there.
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