Don't you dare inspire me to actually do something about the rusty panels in my trunk. The repair is already looking great, well done!
it aint going to fix itself! Thank you
You always impress me with how quickly you move things along. I'm half glad I don't have those skills.
Thats some kind words, thank you very much. Ehh if I can do it anyone can, and you got them skills too!
since turning 40 I been saying that Im going to spend my 40s finishing what I started in my 30s, I have so many projects that I want to complete... Only way I know how is by actually doing it.... lets go!
two days ago
little progress, mainly because I forgot my sanding stuff at work and I got distracted with finally picking up my Landrover engine from machine
so I looked for restored hardware (not all pictured) and packed parts to get blasted at work
started to blast and bake off parts at work. I first bake it in the oven to burn off some paint and make the sound deadener easier to remove - got to move fast while it's hot
I was going to seam seal all the new patches but I ran out of sealant. New 3m tube $38 from amazon! Started the mud work...I have almost no experience in this
I still need to do a few spots then go over it all with filler
cleaned up and stopped here
got all my parts blasted and I coated them in body color. Outside the dents will get fixed, then I'll go over it all with filler and paint, powder is great but it shows every imperfection in the steel once cured