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Old 04-14-2007, 12:46 PM   #11
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F***in' awesome!

you work fast my friend
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Lookin pretty good!
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Very cool! Can't wait to see final results.
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hey, you wana paint that 16U white and send it to me?
just kidding, but not really


very nice lookin work so far, doesn't look like we'll have to wait long to see it finished!
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This is the last step in fiberglassing. filled the wing & gave it 2 more layers. Now is strong & heavy (might give me trouble with the trunk saying open).
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poured the mixture
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Now comes the boring part wich is sanding.
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also looking forward to the finished product.


off topic for a quick question.
how is the hood on the SLE coming along?
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Old 04-16-2007, 10:47 PM   #17
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great job...

off topic aswell do you need a job and how do you feel about relocating to Canada??

for some reason I can't get my guys to work like that lmao
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The hood is done & the car goes to get paint this firday. The guy works slow but he paints show quality, I dont expect it to be less than 2 or 3 month before I get it back. (Im in no hurry) Ill be taking pics of the progress.
About the job in Canada... You have a beautifull country Ive been there, but is too cold for me to stay all year long. Those winters in Canada are killers.
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Well thats good cause I close up shop in the winter lol I could have you back IN PR for say Mid October lol
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I am impressed, I hate doing body work as a matter of fact I suck at it and I've never really done much of it. Although I like working with fiberglass and by the looks of it, you know what you're doing.

Looks great and I can't wait to see the end result. I'm curious about the paint process though.

Keep in up!
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