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Bring My Old Drag Truck Back To Life

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Bottom side is finished in POR 15.   Don't think I'm going to put anything else on top of that.  Don't see the need.

Next up is to epoxy prime the rest of it and do the body work on the sides. 

Bed Bottom Painted.jpg

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On 3/23/2021 at 9:34 AM, rosidian said:

Wondering the same thing.

Well, nothing like updating 2 years later, lol. 

Not a lot has happened.  I've been super busy, and it's been sitting. 
However, in the past week I've finished the last of the metal work on the bed side.  
It now only needs to neutralize the Ospho, let it dry, epoxy prime and do the bondo work.  

Have almost pulled the trigger on an engine block a couple of times lately, trying to go with more cubes. 
May end up just buying a Bowtie from the dealer, since I get a good discount and they are actually available. 
I will update again, hopefully soon.


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