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70 Barracuda FE5

72challorange

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This will be an ongoing deal.

Car is currently getting some needed metal work.

For now I have been playing with the grill to see if I can use it.

Tom


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67hemi

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nice work on the grille. I wish I had some "before" pictures, but this grille was is 4 pieces when I started. I couldn't find a good replacement at a decent price, so I decided to take a chance on fixing it. Epoxy, fiberglass and some texture paint from totally auto and the results were very pleasing.

John

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72challorange

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Thanks Guys, I used some Graphite Textured Shimmer Fusion paint from Krylon #2521, it was a bit tough to locate but I found it at a Ace Hardware for 6/can, it took less than a can to do it.

Yeah, the Plastic epoxy and some pieces from the kids toys worked perfect.LOL

Tom
 

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Never heard of that stuff before. Was just geting ready to paint my 72 Demon grill. Was just going to use some aluminum engine paint but may try to find some of that instead. It looks very nice.
 
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