Feather fill is done

Body, Interior and Trim

  1. Russ69Runner

    Russ69Runner Well-Known Member

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    IMG_0101.JPG IMG_0102.JPG IMG_0103.JPG IMG_0104.JPG IMG_0105.JPG Now back to blocking it. Not as much to do. Knock down the orange peel and look for any imperfections. This is the last round will paint it two coats of epoxy. That should only require rubbing it down for paint. That light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer. :lol:
     
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    Damn Russ that’s looking good!! This is the year. Wish I wasn’t clean across the country, would love to cruise with you.
     
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    Lookin good! You deserve a beer!
     
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    looking good!
     
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    You’ve come a long way rusty! Keep it up
     
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    It's lookin' like a car again!!
     
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    Yes that would be a grate deal. Maybe attend a car show up where you are and we can meet up. I am going to drive the heck out of it when done.
     
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    Yep Bob. When it is all done going to have a coming out party with lost of ICE COLD BEER. :lol:
     
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    The one thing is I am proud of the sail panel area. What an achievement end the end. That was the worst part other than the filler panel. So for all the guy's out their this is what I did filled the area with all metal and took a piece of 3/8 plastic fuel line and used it to sweep down the panel and it turned out grate. Not to say I had a problem on the driver side with a small area where the roof and quarter met in the window area. It kept sticking up every time I blocked it. So filled the area again supper heavy blocked it and every thing flowed grate. The problem was solved. Thanks guys for all the help. Also all the input. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  10. Basketcase

    Basketcase Keeper of the Green

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    care Russ...that light at the end of the tunnel might be one of these.....
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    car looks great, it'll be worth all that work.
     
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    Negative vibes man
     
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    Looking good and straight there Russ
     
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    :fool:
     
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    Basketcase Keeper of the Green

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    What's your take on the feather fill? Best thing since sliced bread??
     
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    It is the final step after all the filling I did to get the car straight. Still find what is like stone chips and other imperfection's also some low spots but not like in the beginning. Also the color gray or with is better than black. So I do like the G2 Ever coat filler. So after the weekend of sanding will spray two coats of epoxy then 400 the hole car ready for paint. Hope this helps Whayden2003. I would suggest it. :thumbsup:
     
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    you just might like the grey so much you'll leave it that way..... 414.JPG
     
  18. Russ69Runner

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    Nope it has to be B5 blue. Sorry. Tired of seeing black primer-filler and other color's. Ready for the paint. :lol:
     
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    Russ, have you been using a guide coat?
     
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    My typical way of blocking is multiple multiple primings with 2K primer. Never have I tried the feather fill.
     

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