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Rear clip in primer with guide coat!

Well, Here is some major progress! The doors, front fenders, and trunk lid are also done. Hood is also done, except for the "hole" for the blower....



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Looks kinda like "urban camo".....notice the flushed seams at the sailpanel/rear window filler. Also at the trunk edge....should look cool-er when painted.......... Eric



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Wow Eric, that thing is coming a long way in a hurry!

Looking good. So putting the finish coat on soon eh?
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Thanks Alky, I think so!



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Totally jealous!

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I'm totally Jones-ing! I can smell the broiling rubber smoke, and picture the disgusted/horrified looks on the prius driving, safety monitors, and whining pinko, i-phone toting.........



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I am jealous that you started with such a clean car! Cant wait to see it done and running. my 70 is getting something like a window sticker or plate frame that states "This car uses less gasoline than your Prius" or something to that effect... It does, really it does!
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Thumpin, Thanks! I agree YOU will use less GASOLINE than a Prius.... E



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that is Smooth Eric, like the seamless look.....
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Thanks Brian, me too...I figured once I flushed the firewall, what the heck! I 'm sending you a PM now....E



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