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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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I have always liked it when people would wash their car with this stuff and then clear over it.



The worst performance mod is whatever you're limited to because you convinced yourself (or others) that anything bigger or faster was too extreme for a street car.

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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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yeah I Have heard Of People UsingThat Stuff.   Just Afraid It Will Remove To Must Of The Rusty.  I Like The patina

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worked on both heater channel this weekend.  passangers side just got some patch work.  It wasn't as bad as the driver side. 

Passanger side front inner fender repair















Passanger side heater cannel repair











started in on the priver side complete heater channel replacement









got it about 80% complete.   got some patch pannle to complete yet.


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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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slow down your making me look bad  :rotflmao: i think your oval needs a ragtop section  :2up:
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 :grin:


Yes It.Does.

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i have a lead on a few ill let you know if they come through. and your oval is looking real good how low are you going to go with it
64 factory sunroof notch
64 push button notch
69 squareback
66 mustang
57 oval ragtop http://s37.photobucket.com/user/kabbageboi/library/57%20oval
97 lifted ford f250 diesel
98 legacy
2013 civic hybrid (wife's car)

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Re: 56 Jungle Green
Reply #21
Nice.  


Thanks.   it Will Be LOW.        :2up:

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Reply #22
When I start cleaning up my car I am going to invite Issac and J to help me. Probably complete a Pan-Off restoration in an afternoon.

You guys continue to impress. Thanks for sharing you progress. I would love to get in on the next time you do some rust repair. Either of you. I think I could learn a lot about patch panel work and welding.

Thanks again.

Mark

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1967 Ragtop (really)-SOLD IT!
1967 Standard Bus
1974 Thing
1977 Rabbit

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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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you need a spare tire well?
always looking, always picking

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Yeah

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Reply #25

you need a spare tire well?


i need one too if you have an extra
64 factory sunroof notch
64 push button notch
69 squareback
66 mustang
57 oval ragtop http://s37.photobucket.com/user/kabbageboi/library/57%20oval
97 lifted ford f250 diesel
98 legacy
2013 civic hybrid (wife's car)

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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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been doing lots of work on the 56.  replaced the pan halves. built a set of notched extended springplates.  installed the trans and motor. found out the #1 cylinder seized to the side wall at some point.  I was told that the motor probably needed rebuilt. Built the front safari window frame. started figuring out the shape rear safari window.

Progress Photos















Got to build the sliders for it so its just propped up for now.





Started shaping hte back to see if i can make the bends before bending up section.


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Re: 56 Jungle Green
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Awesome as ususal the man!
The worst performance mod is whatever you're limited to because you convinced yourself (or others) that anything bigger or faster was too extreme for a street car.

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been doing lots of work on the 56.  replaced the pan halves. built a set of notched extended springplates.  installed the trans and motor. found out the #1 cylinder seized to the side wall at some point.  I was told that the motor probably needed rebuilt. Built the front safari window frame. started figuring out the shape rear safari window.


That's all?  What did you do with the rest of your Sunday afternoon?     :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

Well, actually, this is quite impressive as it took me most of the day to install half the carpet kit in the '65 I've been working on.  I wish I was more like J!
Mark

1967 Convertible
1967 Ragtop (really)-SOLD IT!
1967 Standard Bus
1974 Thing
1977 Rabbit

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I am in awe.  Thanks for posting the pics.  I felt good about removing the drivers door from the son's 72 super.  That was my Sunday.....
"I drive, therefor I am."
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