My 1979 Camaro Z28 Project!

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  1. Blu-By-U 79Z

    Blu-By-U 79Z Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks I appreciate yours and everyone elses comments.
     
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    On election night I was out in the garage shooting a reduced coat of primer surfacer to help get rid of the sanding scratches left from the repairs.

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    Since its been cooler lately I wanted to give them a few days to cure well and I will sand with 400. I will reapply and sand again until the imperfections are worked out.
     
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    Looking good-keep it up..................
     
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    Very Nice! I am sure it will feel good once you get the final paint on these.
     
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    You're hard work on those is paying off. They are looking better and better every time you post pictures. Nice stop light in the corner by the way.
     
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    When you rebuild and customize a car .Its best to take your sweet time and only do it once,Because that way you make less mistakes. Just to say ,yours is coming along nicely.Keep up the good work.
     

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    I'm just starting on the bumper covers for mine, nice job on yours, they look really good.
     
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    Thanks everyone I appreciate it. I agree take your time and do the best job you can. its worth it in the end! Just sucks sometimes lol
     
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    Matt, very nice job! Bumpers are straight like arrows! Amazing
     

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