My 73 Z Type Lt

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    71C042B6-5723-49D7-8F73-F5F382EF6B69.jpeg I also changed out the original freeze plugs , thought they would be rusted but ended up being in perfect shape on the insides but the block had alot of crap down in the lower part below the freeze plugs that I couldn’t get out without removing them so sure glad i did them.
     
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    Your engine looks awesome with a fresh coat of paint. What brand of paint did you use?
     
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    IMPRESSIVE... your attention to detail is impeccable!
     
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    George i used PPG DP 90 epoxy than PPG DCC single stage Concept
     
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    A+A+ Bill, nice job
     
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    looks great!
     
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