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Old 10-12-2017, 11:29 AM
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Old 10-12-2017, 11:42 PM
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very nice Tim.
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I absolutely hate wetsanding and buffing but it always looks so good when it's done. Hopefully we find time in the next couple of weeks to get this body back on the frame.
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I absolutely hate wetsanding and buffing but it always looks so good when it's done. Hopefully we find time in the next couple of weeks to get this body back on the frame.
Tim, that car is is going to be absolutely stunning when you complete it!
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Tim,
Thanks for bring this car and thread back for us! Your work is outstanding!
You have forgotten more than I ever knew about bo0dy work.
Yea 55 and 56 Fords are my favorites too. But the Cub Cadet paint theme is not what I would have went with. It looks sharp and will show very well with those colors too. I just like reds!
I looked at a 56 Vic 2 dr hardtop Sat in Erie. just a nice driver. But a pricy one!
Would like to have another toy in the toy box but since I had the 55 Crown so long I may switch gears to something else.
Have enjoyed watching as this comes together!
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Tim,
Thanks for bring this car and thread back for us! Your work is outstanding!
You have forgotten more than I ever knew about bo0dy work.
Yea 55 and 56 Fords are my favorites too. But the Cub Cadet paint theme is not what I would have went with. It looks sharp and will show very well with those colors too. I just like reds!
I looked at a 56 Vic 2 dr hardtop Sat in Erie. just a nice driver. But a pricy one!
Would like to have another toy in the toy box but since I had the 55 Crown so long I may switch gears to something else.
Have enjoyed watching as this comes together!
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Glad you're enjoying it. Here's a couple I just took of it outside when we were moving the body to a different building. If the sun is out you can even look at it without sunglasses.
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Tim the paint job is outstanding. Not sure why anyone in their right mind would want to paint a beautiful car like that yellow & white but to each their own.
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Tim the paint job is outstanding. Not sure why anyone in their right mind would want to paint a beautiful car like that yellow & white but to each their own.
I was searching images for this car a few months back and found this pic, I don't think the yellow and white looks to bad.
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I wouldn't shove it out of the garage.
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I was searching images for this car a few months back and found this pic, I don't think the yellow and white looks to bad.
It does look a little better with the chrome on it. Is that factory colors? I remember in the early 60's my uncle Curly had a 56 Crown Vic with the green tinted glass roof and the continental kit on the rear. He put a set of laker side pipes on it. Mom got her leg burned pretty bad getting out the the car one day. Not his fault but he got his a$$ peeled anyway. She never rode in it again. One of those childhood memories you never forget.
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