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  • I did Dallas Demon with it in 2003 and it still looks good. I've done all of the race cars. I don't too much care if it fades, as long as it stays smooth and as hard as diamonds.

    They sell an anti-ultraviolet additive, but I never bother with it.
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    • It may not be a restoration but it's close. Looks great.

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      • The underside with POR15





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        • Looking good. Nothing against rat rods, but that's a lot better.

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          • Originally posted by Bblock View Post
            Looking good. Nothing against rat rods, but that's a lot better.
            Yeah, I don't know why he calls it a rat rod....it's a long ways from being a piece of shit that usually defines a rat rod.

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            • Great progress Dave!
              The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.'
              Ronald Reagan

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              • Gas tank, rear end, brakes, underside resolved




                We'll be moving on to pulling everything under the hood, detailing that area, and dropping in a 383 and 4-speed
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