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Re: [oletrucks] Dash revival

To: "'WR Teto'" <monadnoc@crystal-mtn.com>,
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Dash revival
From: ADvent@thuntek.net
Date: Thu, 11 May 2000 15:28:43 +0000
WR, When you do the decals, don't depend on the adhesive.  Wet the entire decal 
in water and it will
slide around wherever you want. If it needs trimming, it slides off easily. I 
took an extra decal I
didn't use and wetted it and stuck it to my bathroom mirror. Its been there a 
few months and I still
can't peel it off easily.

new mexico jim


WR Teto wrote:

> Thanks for all the suggestions on re-doing the letters.  I think I will try 
>the decals first, the
> cost is minimal and my painting skills might not be up to par.  On another 
>note, my bodyworking
> skills are improving and after a lot of filling and sanding, the uneven dash 
>is looking pretty good.
> I discovered a nifty spot putty made by 3M that is easy to work with, dries 
>fast (10 minutes) and
> sands out to a glass finish.  It's an aqua-colored putty in a tube and works 
>great for filling the
> tiny pits and scratches.  Even my wife was impressed, and she's the all-time 
>"picker of nits".  I've
> been deliquent in updating my web site pics, so maybe I can get a few more up 
>this week.
>
> Wally / Templeton, MA
> 53 3100 rod project
>
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

--
New Mexico Jim
50 3100  ton
51 6??? two ton dump
54 two ton for parts


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