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    stevelegel is offline Senior Member
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    Default sharing my 1970 Challenger

    It has been 10 years since I last worked on my Challenger's restoration. This year's life changes have allowed me back to the workshop, and back to the Challenger. I have picked up where left off, finishing body work prior to paint. In the past week I have cleaned the old primner and filler, built up low spots and tonight we set a coat of high fill catylized primer. Some picuters to share.
    Steve

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    stevelegel is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: sharing my 1970 Challenger

    more pics, one at a time. That's me spraying.

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    stevelegel is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: sharing my 1970 Challenger

    last one for now...Questions?
    Steve

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    stevelegel is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: sharing my 1970 Challenger

    oops

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    lear4406 is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: sharing my 1970 Challenger

    Great shots, the resoration continues. Good luck and keep the pictures coming. Mine goes to the shop in 2 weeks and I will not get it back for quite a few months. But I too will be taking pictures as the restoration unfolds. And I'm glad the life changes have allowed you to return to what you started so many years earlier.

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