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Old 04-02-2017, 03:44 PM
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Here's a shot where the fuel line protective shroud on the Driver's side rear torque box was bolted down, and you can see the primer color. No Red Oxide evidence anywhere on my car. The other picture if the rear frame rail on the passenger side. :biggthumpu p:

And lastly, what the heck is up with my darn camera!!?!?!??! I can't seem to get a good shot lately

Fortunatley, I have a gallon of leftover epoxy primer from the Bee that I can add some more black to, a well as maybe some blue/green, to get the right shade. That color is also on the transition panel over the axle, rear frame rails, and gastank/trunk floor panels. Neat stuff!!!!

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