Clean and paint day for Rassie.

Any questions or suggestions regarding restorations
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Clean and paint day for Rassie.

Post by RASSIE » Mon 25 Aug 2008, 05:55

Hi I had a very busy weekend, but it's always nice after the parts is painted and the BBQ can start. Cheers Rassie.
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Re: Clean and paint day for Rassie.

Post by macca9 » Mon 25 Aug 2008, 10:45

G'day Rassie, mate if I can give you a tip... most guys when restoring cars, when they buy parts are happy to paint their own.

Personally its a bit of a 'shlep' (I think thats how its spelt) having to strip off the previous guys paint job. No big deal and not saying you are a bad painter (actually you look like you know what your doing :D ) just a bit of input and not meant as a criticsm :D

Cheers
Macca

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Re: Clean and paint day for Rassie.

Post by RASSIE » Mon 25 Aug 2008, 15:14

Thanks for the advice Macca, I do agree with you. The parts I am painting are for my own projects and some customers cars. I got little time for painting spares I kept. See "some" pictures. Cheers Rassie.
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