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Getting close with both rear quarters, but the passenger side is very close.

Had a great weekend managed to spend a fair bit of time in the shed, got out for a MTB ride, took the TV to the shed and kept up with the Supercars. Cut some rust out of the drivers door.

 

Jeff

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Nice work Jeff, looking good.

 

Cheers Jeff

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After a few months of consistent traveling it has been very enjoyable to finaly have time back in the shed. Shell is now in primer and looking fairly good. Paint will always highlights a few areas that still need attention, at least they are getting smaller as is the number of them. Happy with progress over the weekend though.

 

Jeff

 

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Not much work on the Z this week. A bit of a distraction with the National Capitol Rally in town.

Team effort to get the old tractor home in 7th outright. The Japanese boys are going home tomorrow happy.

 

Jeff

 

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Yes it is, but critical for a quality result.

Long after you have forgotten the effort you will still be enjoying the fruits of that labour.

 

 

 

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Time for a build thread update.

I have been distracted by a couple of projects around home and somewhat slowed by the cold weather. The shed takes so long to heat up to the point that any products being used will cure or harden. I have been block sanding, gradually working around the shell.

My weapons of choice are an 18” board and 12” pad with a belt sander belt wrapped around it (just happens to fit) a small block and a length of dowel with a sheet of paper wrapped around it. The length of dowel is very handy particularly along style lines and some of the harder to get places with a fatter board.

 

Jeff

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