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86 GMC squarebody, my introduction to bodywork.

Roert42

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Cold glav em. Lol.
 


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saving money to buy the parts always seems to to take much longer then putting them on…..
Thats the problem, especially when you have project adhd and constantly jump around between a few lol. Doesn't help that I needed to buy a few expensive tools as well... progress would of been happening much sooner if my 'shop' had all the necessities to begin with.

You could put a fancy rattle can paint job on those. :whistle:
I might try corroseal on them. It says it works best on rusty metal but will still work on clean metal. Either that or they'll get slapped up with some tractor/implement paint.
 

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