Stripped a very solid 82 yesterday

rstickley

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#1
Came across a very solid 82 model yesterday. The hotrod company that is performing the restomod called me to go and blast it. I was very excited to do it but it was like rubbing salt in old wounds. I sure miss my old one but know that I will get another one. Hope I can find one that is at least this clean. The owner had rattle can camo paint over the original paint and stuck it on a hunting lease. Now they are fixing it up to give to their 16 yr old son. I forgot to take pictures of all the other parts. Only thing that has to be changed is the windshield frame which was aftermarket anyway.
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rstickley

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City
Carencro
State
La
#4
I used 40/70 recycled crushed glass and water. Did the fenders, tailgate, bulkhead, interior floor and underside dry then switched to wet to do the rest of the tub and hood.
 
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