The original spot weld marks look different to the plug weld marks..but guess it doesn't matter..the smooth appearance of spray puttying both sides could lead an observer to entirely different conclusions...1.I have good attention to detail...or 2. Maybe that chassis section is full of body filler!!!! Every time I see that mask pic, I think how awesome it would look with a WW2 fighter plane style sharks mouth painted on it...that'll probably happen.AlanN wrote:Great job your doing, leave the spots, Ford did
Oh by the way, the mask is a bit freaky
I'm not the blonde one...but I must have dumb brunette moments..My thoughts were ' Does he think I wear the mask to keep my face warm?...rather than for dealing with galvanised steel and flux cored weld wire fumes...which is carcinogenic... Hey!...we're all going to die...but it doesn't taste good'. Then Toni came along and immediately thought it was hilarious..Seems I won't be going for genius status anytime soonmike71 wrote:love the mask aswell.
nice work your doing also. was it cold when you had the mask on?
I got lucky there...right place at the right time..screen printed ex advertising banners..marine vinyl 6X3 metres...the carport is 6m x 6m...so 3 of these created a tent/shed....but I'm thinking about chocolate now!!AlanN wrote:I just kept thinking cream egg!!!
..... I'll have to take more notice of my pics to keep them all G rated...I thought the welding mask was the 'highlight'..(boom boom)...Thanks everyone for all your responses I will have to get around the site and checkout your vans.....I remember ages ago before I joined some one had an incredibly rusty Mk1...green from memory...will have to track that down and see where it's at as well!MrMPuk wrote:I think you'll find the cold comment was in reference to peanut smuggling.
Franfixit wrote:..... I'll have to take more notice of my pics to keep them all G rated...I thought the welding mask was the 'highlight'..(boom boom)..
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