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Re: [oletrucks] First time body work

To: al69leclerc@hotmail.com
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] First time body work
From: ke6bnl@juno.com
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2003 13:30:46 -0700
I found this sight recently and there are many others.  
www.members.tripot.com/bobstory/faq.html   I took two semsesters of body
shop and was still not qualified to truely do good work, after school you
got to go a play.  We did that on my boys truck and we learned a lot
goood luck    Ed ke6bnl

On Fri, 03 Oct 2003 08:11:43 -0500 "Alain Leclerc"
<al69leclerc@hotmail.com> writes:
> So this weekend I'm gonna start to take the body apart one piece at a 
> time 
> to begin the body-work.  I have no idea what i am doing.  What will 
> i need 
> to do this?  Which tools?  Grits?  I intend to start sanding the 
> rear 
> fenders first, kinda using them as my practice pieces.  Any tips are 
> greatly 
> appreciated.  I've heard I am to put the piece in primer as soon as 
> it is 
> sanded... is this correct?  Am I out of my league here?  
> Professional work 
> only? This will not be a show-truck.  I have access to a small shop 
> with 
> most every tools.  No sandblaster.  ANY help apprecated.
> Thanx,
> Alain Leclerc
> '56 Chevy 1300
> Canada
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   Ed     ke6bnl@juno.com                     ( 1950 f1 & 1963econo pu   
      Agua Dulce Ca.    91390                    70 chevy S/B)  1948 Ford
      So.   Calif. 70 mil N.Eof Los Angeles   1953 Chevy pu 3100)

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