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Old 06-27-2020, 03:03 PM
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Let's try this........
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Looking really good, Tim.

Nice work as always and a great canvas to be working on!
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Such a Neat car, I always wished GM kept putting 12 bolt rears in F-bodies in 71-73
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You are doing a great job Tim. I love the history of this car! So cool.
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Excellent work on the undercarriage. What are your impressions on Bioshield? Does it leave a glossy finish after applying or ?? a
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Excellent work on the undercarriage. What are your impressions on Bioshield? Does it leave a glossy finish after applying or ?? a
No, it does not. It dries to a flat sheen at best. If nothing more Darryl, it gives the color some depth and contrast once it dries. I learned about it here, and I'm a believer.

Next up (when time permits), the NJ Steve patented Evaporust kiddy pool, pump and sprayer treatment.
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Here is a pic of the floor pans on the Harry Mann 68 I had and how it looked after Boshield. Certainly, that car was a prime specimen to work with

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That is basically the same process I am currently using on a project. Hopeful to have it finished this year.
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