My 68 Charger is painted finally!

Runningman20

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I've had this car for around 16 years, started replacing sheet metal and got to the point where everything had to fit perfect and it sat for awhile. It's been gone for about 1.5 years, just got delivered on Easter Sunday. Not sure where to even start....

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That was a lot of work, looks great! Be careful putting it back together, blankets and fender covers are your best friend's! Congratulations! 440'
 

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My 65 Belvedere is coming home soon, so I think I understand how you feel. I'm a little sad the fabrication is about done and wonder what I will have to do when it is complete. I may tackle the body on my 66 SW?
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That was a lot of work, looks great! Be careful putting it back together, blankets and fender covers are your best friend's! Congratulations! 440'
Thanks! Definitely have to pick some blankets up asap!
 

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Beautiful color, that's the color I want for my coronet, did you take pics of the car during the body work, the locals demand pics. Nice car.
 

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Congratulations on getting the car back, and it looks great! :thumbsup::)

We actually just took one of our cars to the body and paint shop, should get it back by the end of the year. I hope you bagged and tagged everything and took LOTS of pictures before you took it apart, those are your best options so you can refer back and document the progress too.
 

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