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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is what it looked like in Cincinnati around Nov. 2008
Then I moved to NJ with my fiancee (now my wife).
Here it is Oct. 2009 now and I am now able to work on my car finally.
First things first:
I have to remove the spoiler and that rediculous one peice light fixture.
Fill in the holes left over...
sand it down nice and smooth...
Then prime it.... still not sure which spoiler I'll go with
I have an aluminum one I bought for $20....
The hood needed some work... only had to deal with nicks from rocks
Yes that is my wife helping me... so wonderful she is.
the hood is primed....
Along with the right fender..
Next was the BIG project
The Right Quarter Panel........
I have a dent in the front so I fixed that... but as I moved on towards the back
of the panel, I noticed that I have a larger problem.....
More and more dents the farther I went..
Such a headache..
Some before and after shots:
All primed and ready for paint.
More pictures to come once I update it.
Here are pictures of my car currently:
All in primer except for the bumpers because I am getting a body kit for it so why waste
materials and time on something I will not use?
In case anyone is wondering, this is what I plan to accomplish with my car.
I made this in NfS Most Wanted
I am using this as a reference or guideline if you will.
Moved back to my hometown at the end of november...
Now I am just waiting for the warm weather to come..
Warmer weather is here... but I have been doing some side jobs for people, prolonging my project.
1) Wife's car was painted
2) Wife's co-worker's car painted.
3) Possibly an old Buick
4) An old co-worker's VW
5) Something unknown.....
329956328956) My car It has been awhile since my last update.
I don't have the time at the moment but here is a quick look.
It has been awhile since my last update.
Here it is after the paint job and before the lowering.
My car, me and then the wife's car.
Notice the shaved door handles... yes I have done a lot since my last update..
Hope ot get some more pictures up for all to see.
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Super nice cavalier 5*.
Wicked cav dude. I just wanted to know - is it difficult to paint the exterior yourself? do you need a paint gun or would primer and all the requirements be okay through a spray can?
Hey Man, car looks awesome, I just started on my journey to greatness with my 03 Cavy. Had some questions, hit me up
Loving the progress! I wanted to do the same thing you are doing with the back slope to the rear quarter on my second gen. Keep the great work up!
Sweet Lookin Ride, the rims look hot very clean nice job. Def. 5***** all the way.
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