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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. 

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So I have a 1979 Silverado short bed.   Dad bought it in 1980 with 5k miles on it.   I took my drivers license test in it.  First thing I drove on the road by myself.  Got my first 2 speeding tickets

So a minor miracle happened with this truck's paint.   That paint job is 32 years old.   Dupont Imron, 1986 at my Dad's body shop.    Just for the hell of it, I decided to take a buffer to i

32 year old paint. Still can hardly believe it.  The next day I went and sanded/buffed a place on the fender and it looks even better than this now.    

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