Progress Thread “Rising from Ashes 4” 93 Notchback build

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I have never seen a voodoo in an sn95! If you don't mind, keep us updated on that.
 
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95steedamustang

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How long can the DTM epoxy sit before laying down high build, essentially when would you need to create a mechanical
adhesion buy sanding epoxy ?
I have a buddy whose car has been on a rotisserie sitting in epoxy for about a year now, I know he's be past the re-coat window.
7 days without having to sand it. After 7 days you’ll have to sand and then re coat is good to go. So he just needs to sand it all down. Preferably with a block and shoot primer
 
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95steedamustang

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I have never seen a voodoo in an sn95! If you don't mind, keep us updated on that.
Sure man! I’ll try. It’s a going to be a cool car. Have the motor sitting and waiting to go in. And it’s getting a full MM road course setup so it’s goin to be a fun one
 
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95steedamustang

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If my impending interview pans out, I'll be moving to TN and probably a smaller garage. I'm using your garage as my end goal.
don’t use my garage. It’s way out of control now. I can’t even walk between cars. I’m going to end up on a episode of hoarders
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95steedamustang

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No!!!! Really?? More sanding??
:shrug: next thing you know you'll spray more primer and sand it again!!
Or more, I forget.
Lol! I know man. It’s like a broken record but there are no shortcuts. There’s no big secret and I don’t have any magic powder. Perfect paint is all hard work and patience. Boring but it is what it is.
 
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95steedamustang

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Using a couple good oem ford fenders off another 93 out of my stockpile of parts. The fenders on the car despite looking good in pics are rough. They have a ton of filler/damage and are off another car anyway
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95steedamustang

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Where do you hide the antenna, and how does it affect the reception?
Inner fenders with all the wires. No. Reception is fine but I don’t use the radio. Just Bluetooth it to the phone and go.
 
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