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November 22, 2009

Third time's the charm...?

When you mention bodywork, especially block sanding, to most people, they imagine and/or describe something that goes on and on and on, seemingly with no end in sight. While I am still enjoying seeing my Charger get better and better with each stage of progress, I am looking forward to that final block-sanding in the sky when I can sand the entire car and see nothing but primer. Then I should know I'm done. Will I get that this time? I hope to know the answer to that in the next six weeks or so. This next round of blocking will be done with 600-grit paper, and things keep looking better and better. Stay tuned.

Posted in 2004-present | RESTORATION | body | primer and paint | sanding


hey man I came across your blog here randomly searching the web for mopar pictures and such, I took my time and went bottom to top reading through your entire progress report and the story of how you came into possession of that beautiful machine. you're doing a hell of a job. I almost had a 71 Cuda for my first car when I was 13 as a project car but we found out the 340 had 2 cylinders completely blown out and never bought it for restoration, so I have a 90 Camaro rs that was formerly owned by a Marine who died serving our country and I intend on restoring it to former glory in honer of him and all others who've died in the line of fire. Once I can fund it of coarse hahaha.

Posted by: Ian Scarantino at December 15, 2009 02:53 PM

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