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I really love watching Mark do his work. He like talks to the cars. It shows in the final product. What’s cool about this site and his you tube channel (http://www.youtube.com/mrmarkaquino) is that you can see the final project and see what it sells for and you can see what the car looked like when he first acquired it. Usually it’s a piece of you know what, and then in a few months, he’s selling it and it’s a show room car! It makes people happy. He loves what he does!
HOW CLOSE DO YOU RECOMMEND THE SPRAY GUN TO BE WHEN LAYING DOWN EPOXY PRIMER? THANKS MARK!
I hope you were able to listen to our radio show last Wednesday when Mark addressed your question. It was on Day 9: Bodywork 101. Here’s the link :
We will be doing Day 10: Disassembly prior to Bodywork this morning at 8AM Pacific Time, so when you go to that link, the media player will go to the most recent show. As such, you may have to click on Day 9. Good luck with that and thank you for your questions and comments! Feel free to call in with any more questions, we’re on every Wednesday at 8AM.
Yes i sure did i always tune in marks a big help thank you guys!
Mark, just found your website as I was searching YouTube for help on sanding my 68 Impala Station Wagon we bought a year ago. Previous owners gave the Butternut Yellow beauty a bad paint job. It has surface rust and a couple of small bad rusted through spots. She’s a strong daily driver with all the glass & chrome. The interior needs very little work. We’d like to begin prepping the body and removing the chrome ourselves. It’s got too many original parts to trust anyone & hoping to save some money by doing it ourselves. Late now so I’ll get some sleep & read & watch more of your videos tomorrow. Thanks for the great info.
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