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    72 GT, Finally Getting To It!

    For some time, I have been taking apart my 72 GT. Now, I have it mounted to a rotisserie, stripped to the shell and ready to finish body work. Looking forward to documenting everything I do to it. Lots of mods and customizations planned. Long time coming.
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    The green lighting is COOL!

    Good luck with your project, it looks like you have a pretty sound car!

    Personally, I hate the bodywork stage. You're at the point where I call in the Latino dudes. They were at it for a year and a half on my car(They didn't tell me that they all take off for 6 months and spend the Winter in Puerto Rico), but I eventually got it back and the fun part(for me) started.

    Have fun!

    Do cool stuff!


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    green lighting

    Thanks, the green lighting is an illusion. I have high pressure sodium lights (aka seurity lights) inside. In the pictures, that light and the flourecent light mix and looks green. In life, it's white. The body work is the major part of my build. You are correct, it is a very soild car. Few dents, a little rust on front driver's fender above turn signal and small spot in front of driver's rear wheel. Im using a stud welder and shrinking disc to remove dents and straighten it out. Amazing tools. I'm cutting some patches and welding to fix the rust.

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