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Your son did great work. What body shop is he working for now?
He is not. He hated it. His instructor made him do it over and over to get it right. He sure does like telling people he did it though.
Thanks to his instructor and your son. Conv looks great! I live in Virginia. I'm always interested in quality body shops. Since you're in Maryland, thought I'd ask.
What a nice looking car after a tough reiteration. You should send these photos and write up to Hemming's Motor news and share it.
Great car thanks for sharing the pictures. It is nice to see a project being done by father and son. The paint looks awesome I am sure you are very proud of your son. Good luck with your car. Your son is very talented. Smoke em up. I wonder how many seconds you knocked off your 1/4 loosing all the weight
Looks great! Your son's paint job looks great too. Painting a car that long should count as 2 projects.
Lookin great !!! Wonderful job restoring her.
I remember reading in "Cars Illustrated" a write up to see how much quicker a car would go when they made it lighter. I do believe they chopped up a mint 64 Imperial . .... But on a happy note your Cov looks great and smokem if you got them !!
Sweet car, those formal hubcaps look at home on her too.. great job.
Very cool. Did you do the paint yourself?
My son painted the car as his senior project at vo-tech.