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When its driveable are we gonna go chase Blondes in the rain?
 

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Looks great Bob....Sure mine was white, and a '65-'66 Shelby.....
I know you can't wait.....
 

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I dunno [color:red]bob</font color=red>, that white looks awful "creamy" to me. Sure you didn't want "bright white"? /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif

Seriously, looking good. Nice to see progress!

Wont be any time at all, you'll be smokin' the tires in the R5I parking lot! /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif
 

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Congrats on the straight paint! Looks awesome.
 

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What type of sprayer and paint do you use to paint a car at home? I have a 2 stall garage that I would like to use to repaint my 68, but it is not sealed and there is dust inside. Any suggestions for the first time auto apinter?
 

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Your looking a little green there [color:green]Kent</font color=green>.
BTW I just love the smell of a fresh paint job. /forums/images/icons/cool.gif fd
 

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Eeeets velly, velly NICE! I'm for liking what you are doooo-ing vit de car! I am most liking the white leave springs! Velly, velly nice touch!
 

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Looks good, Bob! Now get that white paint off the rear leaf springs. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
 

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It ain't easy being green! /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
 

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no biggie there... doing the suspension detailing when it gets back to my garage...

-bob
 

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Looks too bright to me; are you sure clone didn't hack and put pictures of his in there. LOL
Looks good, bob
 
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