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post #31 of 60 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
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the working with body car is going to finish in this week. Follow, in the finish of June the body car will be at paintman. I give same of photos.
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Very very nice...I'm impressed. Excellent work by your metal fabricator.

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post #33 of 60 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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More photos!!
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I especially like the body sealer at the joints. As a suggestion the traps in top of the front fenders and behind the removable splash guard will collect dirt which traps moisture. On my Super I remove that panel every year to rinse it out. A good treatment for that panel is body Schutz or pick up truck bedliner that is black and sprayed on to give a miniture cobble stone finish that is impervious to anything thrown at it. You can buy it in a spray can. It is a good idea to open some space at the bottom to let this trap drain. I also would consider drilling 4 or 5 weep holes near the edge of the rear valence as this can hold dirt and moisture. These were not on the car but should have been. What color are you thinking? (Google Translate) is very good for taking English to Polish. Just copy this and paste on that site. http://translate.google.com/#en|pl|

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all closed profilesin car will be drilled and will be protected with speciall wax and the will be closed by rubber stoppers. What car color am I thinking? The car will be in oryginall color Gardenia white! Regards from Poland!!!
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I really enjoy watching these cars saved. Fortunately now many people realize just what fine driving cars they are, and unless saved from the tinworm, there will be no good ones left.
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all closed profilesin car will be drilled and will be protected with speciall wax and the will be closed by rubber stoppers. What car color am I thinking? The car will be in oryginall color Gardenia white! Regards from Poland!!!
I would leave the holes in the box sections open after the waxoyl. Breathing is better that trapping and this way the oil has a better chance to cure and ANY moisture dries.
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Hi! This is link to web site my tin man renowacja pojazdów zabytkowych, oldtimer stare samochody, alte Autos and link to gallery Alfa Romeo Giulietta when is more photos from wors at my alfa!
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I feel better knowing your tinman is not just a "body-shop" but a very special restoration shop. A good friend has one like it here in the U.S. I always look for an excuse for a visit!
People that can do this kind of work are very skilled artists!


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I need some informations aboute hood and trunk bump stops! I have one oryginall hood bump stop and it is look like it VeloceSpace and it is at the end on the corner place when the hood come together with body but in my alfa was been drilled place in the midlle ?? In oryginall giulietta was been this hole? Please some photos this place and please photo trunk bump stops ! thanks
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it is only on the corners
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Thanks! can I please trunk bump stops??
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two each 3 1/4" from outside vertical trunk opening in the bottom horizontal groove.
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Hi!I am writing after a long break. Was caused by the gliding season. Yesterday I received my painted body. Pictures do not reflect the beauty of it because the camera is poor quality and poor was light. based on the quality of work I can say that I have a good base for further reconstruction of my alfa romeo.
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