btw1549 wrote:Guess what followed me home tonight?!
IsuzuGeek wrote:I have a whole driver's side rear quarter from my 91. Rust free. If you are willing to pay for shipping a pretty big box, you can have it. I was going to take it to the recycler here soon along with a 100% rust free frame.
itsmehb wrote:How did I miss this. It will take me several times looking to read it all. One of the most comprehensive builds I've ever seen here. Surely will be a ride of the month one day. If you don't work as a mechanic for a living, you should. Ever think of opening your own shop?
hessmess wrote:I am glad it still out there, wondered from time to time if you still had it.
wmorrisiii wrote:Hey BT, every time I look back through this, I wish I'd taken the body off my 90 to do the frame. Pretty funny as most of our welds and reinforcements are in exactly the same place. The difference is really in what you were able to do with the inner frame and coating it. Only so much you can do shooting Eastwood through little holes, even if you enlarge all of them. All those good preventative measures are going to pay huge dividends on the back end. Don't think there is much question I'm going to do a frame off on the 87 (if I don't get impatient) and think I am going to check and see about getting the frame galvanized. Issue here looks to be finding someone that still does this work that is close by. Powder coating no problem, galvanizing a little tougher to come by.
Look forward to seeing this one all done and roaring!
shaggydoink wrote:Very clever technique, I'd love to see some videos if you have a chance to upload them!
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