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Leadworks, 12 Jan 2012
Posted 12 Jan 2012
Thank You Gregg, Doctor Cranky...and all the others who help me get these PIC..on here...
That looks fabulous, Richard. Delighted to see bigger, clearer pictures. You went and gunkified it, rusted it, made it nice a cruddy, and I mean that as a compliment. Nice!
cool i guess theires no restoring that body now.
no rostoring that one.
the back door dont look to bad.
For $1500.00, you can give it a try...and...it won't last long at that price....LMAO
Posted 13 Jan 2012
must have come from up North
It just a rusty old car! Wow, that is excellent weathering. Looks like it's been under water!
Thanks Guys.....I'm now starting to look ...for my next Project....59 Ford Galaxie..60 Ford Starliner...61 Chevy Impala...62 Pontiac Catalina...
or it could be......???
Posted 15 Jan 2012
It looks like it spent 10 years on the sea bed!
Posted 6 May 2012
Wow, lotsa nice work, looks like one we saw in the river last week while out shooting. Never appreciated what amount of work you guys put into those till I started following the good Dr.'s teachings. I bet earll scheib won't do a $99.00 paint job for that 1.
That gives new meaning to the words " rust bucket". Nice work.
Posted 16 May 2012
Congratulations on your pictures they look great. It took me a lot longer than you to figure out how to post pictures. lol
Looks like a Michigan car!
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