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Smooth as a babys ass


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Vin, code, date, broaches... undenyable Cheers


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Progress all looks GREAT! Makes me want to start on mine...
 
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Thats the whole point of the thread...
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I am not very smart, so get me straight on this, you seem to be going at a great clip.. but seriously.. why no progress on a simple function like two quarter panels? Why not just do it yourself?
 
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Makes me want to start on mine...

Thats the whole point of the thread...


Yeah, I know. That Blue Pacer has a special purpose that it found it's way here, and it's going to serve it before it becomes white again. The car, like so many other things in this world had a pre-determined destiny....... racer
 
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Back on topic again, what fenders are you using on the C-1?
 
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I initially wanted Bob to do the 1/4's so I could whack away at the rest.. Speaking with Bob today it would seem that I'll finish my end just when he finished his... Theoretically the two paths will converge at the proper time.. I of course am always early Wink

I know what you mean.. Just a year ago I was gonna sell this puppy.. then swung the other way and sold all the others that were'nt Pace Cars.... Happy? I think so. Your blue girl I suspect will be in your stable til death


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I got one NOS later model fender from Canada like a year ago..the kind with the bar code on the lable.. I just finished a deal with Bob Harris and procured one very old NOS I just might save it for the O-1 (rubber stamped part #! Eeker).. Regardless all NOS.. The only non GM action is the 1/4 repair with outer wheel house lips donated from a repop..


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Watching this thread grow and grow, it amazes me that your #78 could be a whole better than this baby is here and now!

You will two very sweet toys to enjoy in you old age! Wink
 
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Tom,
Your drive and concentration on this project makes me envious, wishing I could do the same. They say that youth is wasted on the young, but in this case it wasn't.

Wait a minute! You're not all that young, strike that last sentence... Wink Big Grin
 
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I finished sealing the motor up for paint last night and will report back with color on. I wore the fingers out sanding the subrame and a-frames.. last night I buried it all in heavy urethane primer.. ( 1/2 gallon Eeker)..Over the next bunch of days I'm going to cut the primer all back off and see where I stand.. Not a lot to show for a ton of hand work hammer


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With the job you are doing on this "driver", I just can't wait for you to start on "78"..
 
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Nice Frame Cheers


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Yeah, check out the center area where you jack up the Camaro, it doesn't even look pushed in. I don't see any pitting anywhere either. Very smooth and clean. Very nice frame there Tom M. Smiler yea

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