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Here are a couple of pics of the progress that is starting to happen in the ol' garage. Went to the old workplace and made use of the blaster and the spray booth. Finally broke down and spent the MONEY for the primer to get started....check em out
http://mysite.verizon.net/res8vjaj/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/.pond/1stprimedparts.jpg.w110h83.jpg
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http://mysite.verizon.net/res8vjaj/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/.pond/blastedoor.jpg.w110h83.jpg

Please comment on what you all think........... ::
 

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Yeah,
But after getting home I can see where there is a lot of work to do to make them smooth and ready for paint but at least they are primed and I can move forward from there.
The door has the standard rust in the corners so I cut that out and will patch it later.

All told I have spent about 15 hours this week on the car. I don't know what has gotten into me to get to work on this maybe just tired of looking at it sit.
 

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Hey, what is the center piece in the first pic? I know what the others are but, that one has me stumped. ::

The only thing I know about '69 stangs is how to turn them red in photoshop. ::
 

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Nice to see you making progess Neal!

Priming is nice and all that, but it's the sanding and blocking that's the REAL fun ;)

Keep it up!
 

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Good job. Nice to see that you're chipping away at the work. Soon you'll be driving!
 

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I'll "give" you one of those covers if you think you need one....Looking good though...all takes time.
 
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