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Username Post: Fast and Loud 1956 Nomad
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Loc: Pueblo, CO
Reg: 07-23-04
09-03-13 07:33 PM - Post#2378940    
    In response to Rick_L

For the entertainment value it was great. But I don't think anybody on this site is watching with baited breath for some breakthrough in restoration techniques. Using a chain clamp and a 4x4 block of wood is probably the ugliest way I've seen a liftgate get straight again. I've sat in awe watching Jerry Cabunoc do liftgates at multiple conventions. That sure isn't how Jerry does it!!!

I really doubt it was 10 days too. It probably took 10 days to strip the lacquer paint off of it.
Rob Z.

'69 Nova (quick one)
'75 K5 Blazer (slow one)
'97 S10 2wd faux-SS (Daily Driver)
'04 TrailBlazer (Grocery getter)

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