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Gazelle progress

Postby BRG » Thu Sep 18, 2008 4:00 am

Hi all,

Well been busy finding bits & pieces for "Sash". Worked on cleaning up the floor boards. Sandblasted the areas. Some rust holes to attend to but not bad for a 49 year old convertible. Repaired the holes with some fiberglass & resin. Then coated all the metal floors with Eastwood's Rust Encapsulator paint. Works nice. Pulled the old tar paper stuff inside of the doors and rear glass areas behind the doors and coated them with Rust Encapsulator. Did the trunk pan the same way and pulled the gas tank. Inspected it and looks pretty good a light cleaning and a gas tank sealer coat inside with fresh paint on the exterior will make it as good as new! Here are a couple picutes of the process. All for now.
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Re: Gazelle progress

Postby Paul Bouchard » Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:33 am

Dave,

Nice! Funny how a little paint makes everything look a little nicer. Looking forward to more news.

Paul
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