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Old 19-09-2006, 10:42 PM
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Originally Sent: Tuesday, 7 March 2006 9:49 AM

Allot of people have been asking me how I’ve been going with the car and what I’m up to.. well here you go…

On Sunday while most of the boys went home to relax there weary muscles after a hot and hard 18 holes of golf, I had to head over to the factory and work on the camaro. With the inside of the factory nearing 40 degrees Celsius (perfect for painting), although hot, it was a good opportunity to paint the floor and boot.
To this date it currently looks like this:

Interior:



Boot:




To get it to this stage I had spent the previous few weeks grinding the floors to bare metal, I blew up 3 grinders doing it, thank god for Bunning’s no questions asked return policy, I was able to go and replace them after 30min use and still smoking. As was assumed it had a fair bit of rust, mainly surface, but at many points it hard started pitting the surface (making it look like lots of bubbles had popped).

Here’s what it looked like before the grinding:



Boot:
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