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The ultimate rolled on project

Post by dodee6 on September 23rd 2009, 12:56 am

I'm having a heck of a time trying to post my pics to this site. So, I guess you'll have to just go to the link to check out my project. By the way. I used 10 coats of Rustoleum gloss white for the cab and then I used Interlux Premium Yacht Enamel top coat (for boats) for the fiberglass sides. http://photobucket.com/dodee6


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Post by RoboGeek on September 23rd 2009, 9:48 am

now THATS a project!!!
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Post by retired plumber on September 24th 2009, 12:54 pm

DAMMMMM Shocked That IS a project. Sure looks good now tho. How long did it take and how many coats? I don't think I would even attempt to start that. We sprayed a school bus for the church one time when I was much younger and I said never again and I was using power tools also.
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Post by dodee6 on September 24th 2009, 2:26 pm

Thanks for the comments guys! It took me almost two months to finish it. I worked on it every day even on my lunch break. The hardest part was the freaking old stripes! They took for ever to get off. Then all the body work. I removed all the window awnings and filled the holes, then I removed the old side mirrors and filled in the holes as well. The guy I bought it from didn't really care about the exterior to much so he had backed into something a while ago and just left it. So I fiberglassed the rear corner up with matting. I did 10 coats of the rustoleum gloss white for the cab and only 2 for the rv. I learned everything for the job right here on this site, so thanks for the quality posts!
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Post by 63Falconconvert on September 24th 2009, 3:57 pm

Looks great and welcome to the forum, glad to be a new person.
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WOW!!!

Post by two10wagon on October 29th 2009, 9:18 pm

Ok, when you told us about your project, I guess I didn't quite get the picture!!! But after looking at the pics I see now just how big of a project it was. Great job, it looks great. Oh and thanks for putting up with our dumb asses! I know we're rough around the edges but hey.......we gotta give yous guys a little $h!t. LOL Well take care and enjoy the Green Machine for the last time.

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