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Old 12-17-2021, 12:28 AM
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When I was installing the roof weathersripping.... Gold looks great in the sun!
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Looks like you did an excellent job fitting all those together. Good to know about the Steele vent seals being better and the OER latex roof rail and door seals. I'll be needing those too and should probably order them now.
Thanks Mitch! I am a frequenter of YouTube University... I can tolerate this finishing work but I prefer doing the heavy line stuff. PATIENCE is key
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Thanks Mitch! I am a frequenter of YouTube University... I can tolerate this finishing work but I prefer doing the heavy line stuff. PATIENCE is key

Yeah, I'm not good with patience for detail work either.
Seeing you post this beautiful Gold car again recently, I had to change my avatar to a pic of my hood. Now that winter is here, I need to get back on my '67.
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When I was installing the roof weathersripping.... Gold looks great in the sun!
Bahaha (Sunshine eh!)

It's blowing snow here and -6 F so there won't be any overhead door open around here right now. Car is coming along nicely now I see.
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Ya Graeme.... Lemme tell ya, that sunshine comes with a price and A LOT of idiots.
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Ya Graeme.... Lemme tell ya, that sunshine comes with a price and A LOT of idiots.

Arizona...
Maybe Florida, but that's a long way from where you are now.
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It took 2 hours , but i read this from start to finish today. The detail work and dedication not to cut corners is impressive ! Great team work, Woww !!
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Thank you Scott! This is my second Camaro project, I keep learning more and more!
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Gotta hand it to you Chuck. I have been following this since the beginning. Very impressed, and that’s not easy to do! I just got the body on my 70 Z/28 painted on Friday. Been a long time coming. If I was smarter, I would post pics!
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Thank you for the compliment. You're right, it takes a lot of effort to restore a car this way. It's my car so I think the extra care really shows.

Please post pictures of the Z/28! Forest Green is my second favorite color on the 70... Citrus Green is my favorite.
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