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Ed Danneberg
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Sanding high-build primer: Hour 25
Continuing  on sanding the first coat of high build, adding a little glaze putty to remaining imperfections and catching anything that stands out.... After the first sanding of the first primer coat, there's always a few spots that need a little more attent...

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The new 'Magic Wash Mit'.....where can I get a pair??

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Blcok-sanding weekend
I worked in my Dads body shop from about 1975 to 1982 and nothing was block sanded back then. We used a heavy rad-oxide lacquer based primer and just sanded it with a piece of folded sandpaper in the palm of the hand. Back then paint went with lots of "oran...

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Blocking out the primer on the 56 International
...how is this STILL my part time gig??
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PRIMER TIME!!!
After many hundreds of hours on body work, the International S120 is finally getting a coat of high-build primer! The inside of the box is still a little on the rough side, but the outsides are 98% so it was time to get it primed. First things first - clean...

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Major restoration of 1956 International Harvester Truck is finally ready for primer! Today we pulled out the rest if the dash, wiring harness aND vent system - no small task!
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12/02/2017
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Getting ready for primer....
A fter another long weekend of sanding, scraping, cleaning, repairs, removing final bits and pieces, we are getting very close to the milestone of a first high-build primer coat.  Everything has been completely stripped, rust-treated and  rust-proofed. Afte...

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My restoration-themed site, that I started 5 years ago, is nearing half-a-million hits! Thank you!

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Moving along on the 1956 International SHOW TRUCK!

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It's FILLER time!
After SO  MANY hours spent  making the metalwork 'just right',  it's almost sad to cover it with filler. The key, of course, is to use as little filler as possible. No 1/4" (or worse) patches that could crack after a harsh bump. No filler on parts that are ...
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