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dzc922

1972 z Restoration

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Hey, more pictures of my z. I got the car in 2008 and had not been able to start on it until now. I have new old stock hood,cowl,right rear quarter panel, and hatch, as well as roof skin. I am sand blasting all areas and using Por 15 and PPG epoxy primer.

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love watching these resto projects. keep us updated. do u have pics of car before u started? have u decided what color yet?

good luck.

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and a nice stash of parts in the storage bins along the back wall !!

This Z is in good hands!

Puts real meaning into the phrase--"from the inside out"!!

You've gone where few Z owners go.

Thanks for sharing and keep up the great work.

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Im going back with the original color 112 yellow aka lime. Ido have pictures of the car before, I will post later.

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Im back with more pictures. Im slowly working my way to the front. I just finished the inner wheel housing, New rocker panel, and half quarter panel section.

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Best of luck. Make sure you keep working...even if it's just a little at a time. It helps you stay interested. My car has been languishing at different shops for 3 years--and it's easy to lose focus.

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Best of luck. Make sure you keep working...even if it's just a little at a time. It helps you stay interested. My car has been languishing at different shops for 3 years--and it's easy to lose focus.

......Almost a year ago..... ;)

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