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Something a little different for on here, back in the beginning of November I started the tedious process of sanding my truck down for a new paint job. I had about 30 hours total into that.found the wheel opening on the drivers side bedside was starting to rust badly from the inside out. Took it to my coworkers shop where he has a paint booth. I had to put smaller tires on it in order to fit in his shop. He welded the new patch panel in. We then removed the doors,tailgate,and hood. I got the bottom side of the hood sanded and painted,the firewall, the inner fender wells,radiator support, door jams,and tailgate jam. Hopefully next weekend it’ll have primer on it and ready for paint.
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Well done, the older Chevys have become very popular again. Had a 95 Chevy extended cab I got rid of cause it had 98K miles on it. Had I know what I know now I would have kept it.
Going back white and silver again?
 

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Well done, the older Chevys have become very popular again. Had a 95 Chevy extended cab I got rid of cause it had 98K miles on it. Had I know what I know now I would have kept it.
Going back white and silver again?
Below the trim line is going to be matte black. White on the upper part with matte black racing stripes on the hood
 

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I had actually sprayed below the trim line with undercoating instead of paint the last time.. That was a big mistake. That stuff came of so hard. It was a nightmare.
 
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