Resurrection

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    1. nameisbauer 72 months ago | reply

      Wow. Your Hood was sick enough. Now this! Already one of the favorite photos my friends and I have passed around. I am trying to bite your style on my Trunklid. What was your procedure to remove the factory paint? I haven't found a stripper that will crack it.

      After that do you just hose it with water? So awesome.Great photos too!

    2. Mike Burroughs 72 months ago | reply

      I used a 4-1/2" angle grinder with a coral pad to remove the paint. Took a major part of the weekend to do, and many pads. :)

    3. nameisbauer 72 months ago | reply

      Nice. I was trying to get off the paint with out marking the metal, but I don't think that will happen. I will try some coral pads soon. Thanks!

      And the rust? Just water and nature?

    4. Jenewein 71 months ago | reply

      I think I've heard vinegar will speed up the process?

      Mike this is unheard of in terms of coolness. Bravo man.

    5. Justin Lane 71 months ago | reply

      is this your car?

    6. Mike Burroughs 71 months ago | reply

      Yes sir it is :D Thanks for the pics from SoWo!

    7. G_86 69 months ago | reply

      Jenewein - "Mike this is unheard of in terms of coolness. Bravo man."
      x 1,000,000
      fucking beautiful. You made people's worst nightmare(rust) a thing to consider instead of a "nice" paint job at the same time, I couldn't think of a better suited car (in terms of styling) for it.

    8. nameisbauer 69 months ago | reply

      I posted this in another forum, as an example of "rat roddishness". One comment said it is obviously a Faux paintjob. I set him straight.

    9. Mike Burroughs 69 months ago | reply

      Can you send me a link? :)

    10. teppo+maiju 45 months ago | reply

      Just love it...

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