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After somewhat over a year of bodywork and sanding, I've finally completed painting the '69 I'm building for my son (yes, I used a '70 color). Did every bit of the work myself in my garage. Tremendous sense of satisfaction! Thanks to Ray and the many others who helped me learn to do bodywork and paint. I've also included the before picture. Looking forward to the rest of the build.
 

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Nice job Mike. I like the color. :beer: John
 

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Competition Blue is an awesome color. I'm glad my son thought so too.
 

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You get my Kudo's , looks like it can sit under florescent lights with no worries .
 

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WOW! That has got to feel real good! Looks great!
 

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Nice! Are you looking to adopt additional sons? I'd like a '69 B302, DAD... :buck:
 

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Nice! Are you looking to adopt additional sons? I'd like a '69 B302, DAD... :buck:
Forgeddaboutit! I guess I'll have to be the adopted son since my tastes aren't as expen$$$$$$ive as a Bo$$ 302!

'Dad', make mine a plain-jane rust-free '70 hardtop with any old engine (or even a rust-free rolling shell) and I'll supply the 418W / WR-AOD!!!!
 

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Looks great! Now, where are those assembly instructions......
 

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WOW, good work man!
 
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