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Re: [T3] {T3} Body Work

Cheap and very very slow closely describes the do-it-yourself option I chose
As for quality.... let's not go there hehehe ;)
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/6611/71fasty - haven't updated for
a while, but I'll try to get some pictures of the back wheel wells *after*
fiberglassing over the holes. I'll also try to put some handy information in
there (like "don't lick the resin" etc).
I finally feel like I'm getting somewhere with this thing... gets pretty
discouraging sometimes, especially when it's freakin' cold out and freakin'
dark and constantly raining.
But now that we once again have a little more sunlight and warmth out there,
I think I can pick up the pace a little. I'm hoping to have the fenders
fixed and primed and back on there within the next month.... and then that
engine's coming out!!!
Funny how that happened - I bought the car just so I could play with the
eng]gA now I'm up to my ears in restoration work!

-Nico "Still high on fiberglass resin fumes" teWinkel

-----Original Message-----
From: T. A. Dapper <tdapper@value.net>

>then you can try really hard, and only get one of the choices, i.e.,
>cheap, but neither fast nor good.  Unfortunately, this last choice is
>what you usually get if you only shop price.

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