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If you get bored and dont have enough work, i can bring my Newport for you.
Somehow I have a feeling that I'm not getting that much bored...!
You are a true craftsman. I am enjoying this string.
Excellent work! Thanks for sharing your progress and pics! I have my fury almost fully torn apart and going to start metal work soon.
What gauge of sheet metal are you using?
Thanks! I have been very busy at my work for an couple of weeks so process is slow at a moment but summer vacation will start next week!
I'm not sure about gauges but I use 1 millimeter ( gauge 19 / 0.04 in ?) for sheet metal and 1.5 mm ( somewhere between 16 and 17 gauge) for structural parts.
Enjoy your metal work!
Wow, that is very impressive! Thanks for sharing! Great job!
Some new progress. Firewall FINALLY back in place ! Inside surfaces painted two coats of epoxy, and PU topcoat. All the hard to reach corners I sprayed with cavity wax spray gun (..yes, epoxy and Pu..), it dosen't look like so nice but more important is good layers of paint. After welding back together all seams taped and then more PU paint ( that also have rust inhibitors) from inside to fill all caps. Afterwards finalizing with pu sealer. I think this will last at least next 50 years..I hope!
Outside looks messy but sandblasting for a last time will clean that before epoxy.
Also rear weatherstrip canal corners done.
That is some great work. What is PU?
Thanks, PU = polyurethane paint, two component top coat
must be a common rust area. i was working on the same area today.
Yes, even in California cars! But no surprise, there was no paint from a factory so....
You continue to do great work.
Keep it up!
Not only are you not NOT a metal man you are also not NOT good at welding as evidenced by lack of warping.
I know I know, but I learning every day...
I think you are teaching
I’m also not sure you noticed the double negatives in there
.....like I said: I'm learning every day!!
(Yes I get it first time !)