Tackling the Corvette again
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Tackling the Corvette again 4 years ago #1

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One of things I have to make time for is when a particular project stalls because it became to difficult.


I then take a long break and hope to get back to it soon.


I had a little accident during the paint cycle. It fell on concrete and the bodywork looked like a cracked mirror.


To fix the problem glue was never going to hold, on the inside I used duct ape,  the strong MacGyver tape. Can't see it as its on the inside of the body. Outside loads of filler.


I had to let that 'mature' so will need to sand it down before prime and the painting I was aiming for. 













Re: Tackling the Corvette again 4 years ago #2

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RVREVO wrote:
One of things I have to make time for is when a particular project stalls because it became to difficult.


I then take a long break and hope to get back to it soon.

I had a little accident during the paint cycle. It fell on concrete and the bodywork looked like a cracked mirror.

To fix the problem glue was never going to hold, on the inside I used duct ape,  the strong MacGyver tape. Can't see it as its on the inside of the body. Outside loads of filler.


I had to let that 'mature' so will need to sand it down before prime and the painting I was aiming for.










 


Just had to edit this, Jim


 


Too bad about the accident but you will get it right.
Last Edit: 4 years ago by Nobleco.
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Re: Tackling the Corvette again 4 years ago #3

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Thanks Jim, was using my mobile phone, which for some strange reason made the fonts small.
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