I think I'd have to make some kind of jig, I'm way too shaky to make the tool go perfectly straight! I tried pinstriping once but it looked like a seismograph.
That’s actually the way they looked from the factory. I was planning on painting them and maybe a simple closeout on the outside end. Owner is getting a little anxious for the spending to end.They look nice in there! Do you also have to make the skirts/lower panels for them?
Tail pipes are crooked. ?A lot of hours and a fair bit of head scratchin to assemble and install the tailgate. The aluminum panel is not reproduced so I did a backyard hack brush job on it and cleared it. The spare tire carrier put a couple of deep gouges in it that I couldn’t completely remove but they are a lot better.
Ignore the crooked tailpipe, exhaust system is not clamped together.
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Making progress. Wiring is done. Holley HP EFI started and idled on first crank. I modified the stock gas tank to use a 6th Gen Camaro fuel pump module with a Vaporworx PWM fuel pump controller. Nothing beats OEM fuel pump reliability. DC Controls PWM fan controller. Dakota Digital VHX gauges and cruise control.
Interior installation and bedside moldings left to do.
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Universal clear. Four coats. It has been sanded and compounded but not yet polished. The method previously known as the JimC method. 1000 Eagle yellow dry, 1500 Assilex, 2500 Buflex and 8000 Trizact. 3D ACA 510 on their yellow pad.Very nice project!..Is that clear sanded and polished? Also, which clear did you spray?
Both are closed cell. Yellow sprayed seven years ago, white last summer. The guy I hired to spray it seven years ago ripped me off and it was very thin, an eight inch in spots on the roof. I didn’t notice until I air conditioned the shop. When the sun hit the roof it wouldn’t cool. So I hired a guy last summer to do it again.Nice work don, I noticed your foam insulation is 2 different colors. Is that open and closed cell?
I got a quote yesterday to do my 30x50x12 at 4500$. He recommended 3-4 inch of open cell for the roof and 1 inch closed on the walls, and 2 inch closed on the west wall. Says he been doing it 30yrs and recommended open cell on roof because he can go much thicker at a cheaper cost......debating.Both are closed cell. Yellow sprayed seven years ago, white last summer. The guy I hired to spray it seven years ago ripped me off and it was very thin, an eight inch in spots on the roof. I didn’t notice until I air conditioned the shop. When the sun hit the roof it wouldn’t cool. So I hired a guy last summer to do it again.