Clamshell rust!

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  1. tsynek

    tsynek New Member

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    hows the wagon coming?
     
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    Finally! Back together and running. I must be a glutton for punishment... I just bought a '71 Caddy wagon. It's rustier than this was! The interior shot is a not quite finished pic, but gives a good view of the dye I used for the interior panels. Thanks for the support from everyone, and I'll post pictures of the Caddy when it arrives.
     

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    That looks like new now. It sure is work that you can be proud.(y)(y)(y)
     
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    Man! Did you fix that little red wagon!:rofl2: Nice combo with the white interior. Excellent job on the woodgrain.
     
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    Looks like it rolled of the showroom floor (y).... The back drop looks great too! Nothing like the Fall, especially around here in Texas. We get about 2-3 weeks of it only :cry:
     
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    Thanks guys!!!!!!! Its actually light sandal wood ("light covert", I believe), but either way, I've never seen one in this combo. Thanks again for the kind words, it makes all the headaches worth it!
     
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    And yes, I love the fall, too. Its the leaves that SUCK!!!!
     
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    Adam, your Estate Wagon is absolutely stunning!

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    I love your amazing wagon! Fantastic job! :1st:

    David :)
     
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    350x 'Echinsu Ocha'

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    Lots of cool stuff in here but note I have a humor problem, and can't help myself sometimes.

    "Clamshell rust!"

    You can find stuff for that at the grocery store in the ladies section ;)

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    Alrighty then....ahem! :49:

    Well, Adam, I love the woodgrain on your wagon. Did you replace it, or is that gorgeous stuff factory?

    David:)
     
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    That is brand new 3M Di-noc. Easy as hell to apply, too. I thought it would be a real bear, but the only issue came when I measured for one side, and measured too short:slap:. (I firmly believe in the "measure once, cut 2 or 3 times" philosophy). Luckily, I had enought to rearrange my plan and have coverage... even have some left! How'd you supersize my pics, by the way? And thanks for the kudos!
     

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