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WORK OF ART CONTINUES (338 Stock)

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Unread 04-19-2010, 12:48 AM
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WORK OF ART CONTINUES (338 Stock)

This is the starting thread
Work of Art is on it's way.

I'm finally done with bedding and fitting and sanding ( 180 220 400 grit paper )
Joel told me to use auto clear to finish it. I bought a spraygun for $40.00 from TCP Global and some good 2 part clear.

So I mixed some up and gave it 2 coats, then going to sand it and give it 2 more coats and sand again and 2 final coats.


More pics after more progress
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    Now we're talkin'.

    Looks great Tarey. Wet sand it with 800, clean it up and then shoot it again. You may have to do that twice to get it where you want it. If you want a satin finish, get a hold of me and I'll tell you the easy way..
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    That's beautiful. Thanks for sharing. It's great to see members helping one another out.
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    This is the starting thread
    Work of Art is on it's way.

    I'm finally done with bedding and fitting and sanding ( 180 220 400 grit paper )
    Joel told me to use auto clear to finish it. I bought a spraygun for $40.00 from TCP Global and some good 2 part clear.

    So I mixed some up and gave it 2 coats, then going to sand it and give it 2 more coats and sand again and 2 final coats.


    More pics after more progress
    Tarey
    Nice Job !! Looks like the truck hood could use a little attention next

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    Re: WORK OF ART CONTINUES (338 Stock)

    From the pic I'd say the truck is just starting to get broken in nicely. The stock IS nice.
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    From the pic I'd say the truck is just starting to get broken in nicely. The stock IS nice.
    Man you just can't beat a wood stock like that ! Very nice.
    That hood looks just like an ole ford truck hood to me .
    Tarey is that an ole ford I used to have an 85 model that looked similar to that

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    Looks like it is going to turn out nice!
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