Buinicorn my 1964 wagon

Discussion in 'Drag'n Wagons' started by superbuickguy, May 21, 2017.

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  1. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy Well-Known Member

    time to braze up the small holes
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    Sometimes the best fix for small, rust holes is brazing - in this case, small holes just need a patch because the underside gets bedliner and the top gets spray-on sound deadening

    next up, more metal finishing
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    and repair of the rusted nuts
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  2. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy Well-Known Member

    still in the shop, but now behind my wife's project (the Jeep JoKe)
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  3. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy Well-Known Member

    it was a shuffle day, so it ended with wiring on the Corvette... however, well... some old friends got moved
    as with all great things... I had to 'just' change a fuel filter... what an ordeal, seems the last owner didn't bother putting one seal in place - which made the fuel filter pointless.... grand
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    so plan b was employed
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    moved to get this back in the shop
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    I can't believe how rough this car is.... ugh
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    installed in its new home
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    the day finished with me getting this reinstalled


    at minimum it's going to drive out of the shop.... that means paint the underside and mount it permanently.
     
  4. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy Well-Known Member

    alright... onward, by cleaning underneath
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  5. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut Staff Member

    Keep up the great work!
     
  6. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy Well-Known Member

    Paul is killing it on getting this clean
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