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Old 09-05-2016, 07:49 AM   #11
mrfliboy
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Default Re: 1941 Ford Pickup frame-off restore for the next generation

[QUOTE=Sixseven;1349413]It didn't seem like it belonged. I have been slow to start, but got underway this weekend. I started on the front fender, but think I would have been better off starting in the cab on panels that will not be visible. I've made several radiused patches, but made the toughest yesterday. It is the lower corner at the grill, compound curves and with a turned in edge. Ken ]

Looking fine from my view, my main goal was to keep bondo to a minimum. Less than a 1/16 or so. Believe me I had lots and lots of grinding. LOL

Glad you're getting going on it. I had a few do overs along the way. But got a little better each time. No where near some of these guys ability, they are artists in my book.
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