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Picking back up here, as many of you know I started ripping the old 8n apart over my Christmas break...





Starting to come back together....




Still have alot to do on her though, put the new tank in, get the hood sandblasted, this isnt an amazing job as i didnt have everything apart but it is goingto be alot better than it was.
 
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As long as your proud of the job you did, thats all that counts Sir. She's looking real good. Don't forget the "Tire Shine"
 

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Lookin real good! Did u use a metallic "rim" paint on the rears? I used it on Harolds Avery rims and it turned out great
 

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Lookin real good! Did u use a metallic "rim" paint on the rears? I used it on Harolds Avery rims and it turned out great
No thats actually just ford gray no silver anywhere
 

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DerickS said:
Lookin real good! Did u use a metallic "rim" paint on the rears? I used it on Harolds Avery rims and it turned out great
No thats actually just ford gray no silver anywhere
They look great, I used this metallic stuff on his rims and its supposed to simulate the look of late model car and truck aluminum rims. I need to find the pic's to post
 

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is it expensive?
 

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is it expensive?
I'll get the price on it but 8 bucks a can sounds familiar.....used two cans on the two wheels but I'm not that good at paint and used too much :lol:
 
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