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  • #31
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    • #32
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      snook
      Snook, if you click Fullsize next to each image (like I did in 8ne of your posts) you get full size images. You can also edit your posts to make them fullsize.
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      • #33
        Thanks BK but I can't process anything other than a microwave right now. I've got the bug and it's scrambling thought process right now. I'll revisit in a few days.

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ID:	4902 Car was out of paint a few hours ago, those guys did a hell of a job. That WW1 single stage laid down real nice almost looks like a B/C paint job. They will finish the bottom this upcoming Monday and mount the S/S scoop and quarter extensions (tail light housings exterior. Here's a few pics.

          snook

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          • #35
            How's that, I actually learned something

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            • #36
              Nice
              that’s a fast learning curve!!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Wedge Power View Post
                Nice
                that’s a fast learning curve!!
                thanks, I'm too old for this I think sometimes...

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                • #38
                  Took the front end, rear end and wheels/tires down to the shop today - 3 trips. They had the Coronet outside baking in the sun, will be there through tomorrow and then it's hammer time. Here's some pics of the car sunbathing on the rotor:

                  snook

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                  • #39
                    few more pics...

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                    • #40
                      Car is moving right along, the guys are doing a great job. Front and rear ends are in and the wheels/tires are on the car. Some pics...

                      snook

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                      • #41
                        more pics

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                        • #42
                          lookin good
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                          • #43
                            Thanks, this one is going to hurt. Stripped the old dash for junking (was cut up for an aftermarket radio, bondo in dash pad holes, etc, etc) and found an ancient bag of pills stuffed into the vent. Hazmat city, hosed it down and everything pretty much disintegrated. Out to the curb it went. Also stripped the nice dash I got for painting Dark Blue Iridescent (metallic) and found that the ash tray was never used, Shocked me with that one. Anyhow, the good dash is ready for paint along with the speaker grill (nice - I was amazed) and ash tray face. The radio and A/C controls are in really nice shape but the dash pad is TOAST - literally; that AZ sun for the last 54 years will do that.

                            snook

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                            • #44
                              Finally home...

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                              • #45
                                Awesome rescue effort here!! Looks great!

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