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I got the chassis back from my friends powder coating shop today.....Here are a couple of pics. I should have all the suspension parts back tomorrow. All the A arms, links and swaybars will be gloss black, the tie rod adjusters, bushings, and tranny x member will be gloss red, hardware will be chrome or stainless.....kind of a reverse of the body/interior color.



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It's too pretty, you'll never drive it. Paint it all black.
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silver!!....nice, next best thing to polishing it, that color combo is gonna look awesome, your gonna have to carry a mirror in the trunk so everyone can see it....
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Looks great!!

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Damn, that is sexy. About 20 years ago I powder coated my XLCR Harley frame. This was the first time I ever delt with powdercoating. Back then, just like Henry Ford, it only came in black. When I put it together, man I had some serious issues. No grounds anywhere. Make sure you take a grinder to all chassis grounds before attching wires. My frame still looks like new. I love powdercoat!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks! Here are a few more....got the linls, and suspension today.



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That looks incredible!
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Thanks ...Alky is probably right...I'll never drive it....EXCEPT on Saturday night, Sunday morning, and on occasional Wednesdays......



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Looks great!!
Thanks! My friends Business is RAINBOW POWDERCOAT in Deer Park, N.Y. Colors: Bengal Silver, Red Baron, and Gloss Black.....



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That aint a frame, that's a work of art. Any apprehension about driving that car will vanish as soon as that blown motor fires up.
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