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It's almost ready:


















 

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The floor was washed and coated too:






The body mouldings were covered with woody decal. I guess, it looks better than the stock paint coating:




This color is not original, but it's the only one suitable we could find here:








Later we will paint and set all fillers, and the Buick will be completed.

That's all! Thanks.
 

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Awful lot of work for one we would have crushed but you are persistant and it looks good. Then again if we had a co my wagon I suppose we would do our best to save it too. How's the van coming along? What gauge is the metal for body work? Keep it up Vlad..
 

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Thanks!
Will continue my van this summer. I prefer to use a good pieces from used body parts. An outer panel from a rusty door, for example. It's a good quality metal. If i need a big piece, i just buy a new metal.
 

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Wow Amazing!

i have an 1983 Buick Electra Park Avenue that is a 2 Door coupe style. 77,000 original kilometers on it! It's a nice car but the roads here are not very nice.

Great job!!

-Dean from Canada :D
 

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Thanks, Dean! Looks like in addition a hard climate we have one more common thing - not very nice roads : )
 

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Thanks! The wagon feels great and runs perfect!



 
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