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Old 11-20-2013, 08:25 PM   #61
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Thanks guys. We're blessed to have found the space that's for sure. It's a 30' x 40' garage. The previous owner said he had 6 cars in there at one time but of course that'd leave little room for any work to be done. One day we will finish the interior walls and ceiling. However, some new and brighter lights are in order for right now. We had planned to get back at it this week but still need to bring over the welder and some other things yet. Soon!!!
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Old 02-19-2014, 12:47 PM   #62
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The build looks fantastic so far!!!! I can tell that you have defiantly put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into this build. It's defiantly showing, GREAT JOB!!
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Old 09-21-2014, 07:03 AM   #63
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It's been awhile since we've worked on the Mach. We have finished up the garage but we still need to get a divider curtain and air compressor, and etc. Once Eleanor came home we started back on her and figured it wouldn't be a good idea to get the garage dusty and dirty until we come up with a way to contain the mess. However, I had the urge to start block sanding again on this baby so I took the fender outside and went to work. I blocked the epoxy with 180, spread some filler and then took it back over the the old shop and sealed it with 3 coats of SPI epoxy. Next up, the left fender. Hey, it's not much but it's something!

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Old 09-21-2014, 11:59 AM   #64
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Looks incredible! I will have some updates coming soon. I wish I could say I had a better paying job but still overqualified. So working with the funds I have. I love the way the SPI looks on this because I'll be driving mine for a while in a flat black primer while wrapping up the mechanical.

I wish I lived closer to you two I'd come over to help in hopes some of these vast skills you two have would rub off on me.
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Old 09-22-2014, 10:21 AM   #65
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However, I had the urge to start block sanding again on this baby
urge to block sand!!! WTF? nobody has the 'urge' to block sand unless they are really in withdrawal... Must... work... on... cars...
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The gas pedal fits best right up against the firewall, so I figure it should be there as much as possile
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I can talk to my friend that owns a shop here locally about flying you both down. He has about 15 classic mustangs that you can block sand on if this urge persists...
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Haha! I don't know I just like to block sand. It's therapy for me
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Old 09-23-2014, 09:36 PM   #68
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Girl. you ain't right! But since I care, and you need the therapy, PM me your address. I've got 3 fenders, 4 doors, a decklid, a hatchback and two hoods to send to you
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