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post #16 of 94 (permalink) Old 03-28-2017, 09:49 AM
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Just curious, is it easier to do metal work before blasting? Sometimes I'll see it done the other way around. No difference?

Looks really good

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Sic Is that a copper color?

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WOW! Awesome work and very, very nice looking build
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Just curious, is it easier to do metal work before blasting? Sometimes I'll see it done the other way around. No difference?

Looks really good
We always prefer to do it before blasting when it is possible. If we can clean/cut all of the rust out and get to good metal to fabricate our new panels on, without blasting, then that's the route we like to take.

Sometimes it's just impossible to do it without blasting first, so it's really a case by case basis.
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Laying some Hushmat down







The customer wanted some airbrush work done to the hood and fenders











Fitting the backup camera





Undercoating on fenders





Functional side scoops





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Rough fit of the engine bay cover



Vintage air pieces



ECU and A/C line routing









Fender extensions, hood hinges and backup camera installed









Backup camera and rear valence



In the cab wiring and A/C lines





Pushbutton shifter and control box for it.. e-brake mounting and routing







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More wiring









AAW fuse box, 4r70W controller




A/C and ECU routing buttoned up



Dash A/C mock up







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Building the custom console

















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Prepping and painting the engine and coil cover(s)





Paint matched the calipers, we hit them with a matte clear.. it really sets them off in person









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That's where we currently sit on it

We are finishing up lines to the trans, driveshaft is being installed, hanging all of the glass, and buttoning up all remaining lines and wiring

The custom door panels should be back soon as well as the console. The entire interior will be wrapped in black leather.. We will begin installing that soon
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That's a extremely nice looking build.
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That's a extremely nice looking build.
Thanks for checking it out!
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Love the wheel style....lol!
Similar to the ones I had made for my Aluminator...
Great job on ur build!
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Love the wheel style....lol!
Similar to the ones I had made for my Aluminator...
Great job on ur build!
Wow they are really similar.

Beautiful car/build by the way! Thanks for checking ours out
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Nice build, I think. From what I could see, it looks great. But the posts overwhelmed my phone, I was only able to view a fraction of the pics. The majority of the pics are broken images (will not load). It would have been better if you spaced out the pics at like 3 photos per post, this way it would have stretched the thread out a little =/

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Nice build, I think. From what I could see, it looks great. But the posts overwhelmed my phone, I was only able to view a fraction of the pics. The majority of the pics are broken images (will not load). It would have been better if you spaced out the pics at like 3 photos per post, this way it would have stretched the thread out a little =/
Ah sorry about that.. had a bunch to post to get current on the build. Will post only 3-5 per going forward. Hope you can check them out another way!
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