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  • John Kirchhoff
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    A box full of kudos....actually I rather have a box of Twinkies!

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  • John Kirchhoff
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    A box full of kudos....actually I rather have a box of Twinkies!

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  • Chucks Stude
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    Auto Restorer magazine had a article on this a few years ago. I have looked for it, but cannot find it. I would appreciate an article on the subject, for I will need it soon. Amything will be appreciated.

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  • Chucks Stude
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    Auto Restorer magazine had a article on this a few years ago. I have looked for it, but cannot find it. I would appreciate an article on the subject, for I will need it soon. Amything will be appreciated.

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  • John Ratliff
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    ROADRACELARK, told me to use Plastic-Cote epoxy aerosol for paionting my wheel. It turned out real nice. That is the appliance paint.
    quote:Originally posted by Transtar56

    heres the rest,hit the send button by mistake.
    What do you guys use for fixing the cracks and whats the best paint?
    thanks!
    John Ratliff

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  • John Ratliff
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    ROADRACELARK, told me to use Plastic-Cote epoxy aerosol for paionting my wheel. It turned out real nice. That is the appliance paint.
    quote:Originally posted by Transtar56

    heres the rest,hit the send button by mistake.
    What do you guys use for fixing the cracks and whats the best paint?
    thanks!
    John Ratliff

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  • showbizkid
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    Eastwood makes a great steering wheel repair kit, too. There's also an excellent article in the 1993 Car Craft Musclecar Restoration Guide that walks you through steering wheel repair step by step; if you'd like a copy maybe I could scan it.


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    Clark in San Diego
    '63 F2/Lark Standard
    http://studeblogger.blogspot.com

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  • showbizkid
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    Eastwood makes a great steering wheel repair kit, too. There's also an excellent article in the 1993 Car Craft Musclecar Restoration Guide that walks you through steering wheel repair step by step; if you'd like a copy maybe I could scan it.


    [img=left]http://members.cox.net/clarknovak/lark.gif[/img=left]

    Clark in San Diego
    '63 F2/Lark Standard
    http://studeblogger.blogspot.com

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  • rockne10
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    I think you get a box full of kudos; used to get a round tuit but they're getting scarce.

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  • rockne10
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    I think you get a box full of kudos; used to get a round tuit but they're getting scarce.

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  • Transtar56
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    Hey,that was my 1000th post!
    Do I get a free Studebaker or anything?

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  • Transtar56
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    Hey,that was my 1000th post!
    Do I get a free Studebaker or anything?

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  • Transtar56
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    Thanks Jim.
    Ill try what you said,if I run into problems Ill call.

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  • Transtar56
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    Thanks Jim.
    Ill try what you said,if I run into problems Ill call.

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  • jimmijim8
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    PC-7 epoxy paste available from Ace hardware True Value and other stores. Just do a search on the net to find out where to buy in your area. I have used it more than once with great results. Use lacquer based primer and color coat available from AZ or other sources. Use a clear lacquer top coat. Use whole can of primer, color and clear. Spray multiple coats of each. Depending on how well you can use a rattle can will dictate your wet sanding between primer,, color ,and clear. Follow up with rubbing compound. Call me at 304-723-5253 and I will be able to tell you the exact method for great results,however this is my method only.There are more ways than mine. Paint and epoxy will be less than 25.00. jimmijim

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