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#4
Glad to see everything worked out for you. After a day or two, if you get a nice sunny day and are able to pull the car out into the sun it will help speed things along. Just remember the fresh epoxy will be kind of soft until its cured good, I learned this the hard way with my fenders.
 
#5
I wish I could pull the car out unfortunately. It it's on the rotisserie and at the end of my garage is a small slope. I could get it out, just never back in lol. So for the next few days the heat will remain on in the garage. And thanks by the way.
 
#6
Wow, that looks really good! I've read too that the epoxy is impervious to brake fluid, a huge plus!!! I'm doing a 69 Mach, full rotisserie. In fact, just finished spraying the shell in SPI Gray Epoxy. I'd like to watch your build on this; are you posting it anywhere?

John
 
#7
Wow, that looks really good! I've read too that the epoxy is impervious to brake fluid, a huge plus!!! I'm doing a 69 Mach, full rotisserie. In fact, just finished spraying the shell in SPI Gray Epoxy. I'd like to watch your build on this; are you posting it anywhere?

John
I am not, I do frequently post alot on Facebook and Instagram, Instagram is rmac_67fastback and facebook is under my name, roger macedo, my background photo is the rear of the car, thank you for your interest
 
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