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    hvac36
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Jason

    Bottom line is the client is happy!! Will wait to see the write up..
    Have not had anytime to shoot with the models, been to busy doing 4 Complete engines and a few rims ( 14 wheels a week ). Plus other parts. But hey its great to be busy .
    Looking to do a few new posters in about 2 weeks. I use these at car shows as give aways plus have the girls there to sign them as well. Never a bad idea to have Hot females around..

    Jim S...

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Thanks for the complements. I dropped the pieces off to the customer on Sunday he was very happy with the results.
    Jim, I have a busy week but should be caught up by Friday and will post the how to then. I am currently working on a polish / PC job on a set of bike wheels rotors and forks then I have a Corvette rear end, half shafts, drive shaft and coils. Over the long weekend I done an alternator, '41 Willy's hood hinge & handles, cerramic coated SB Chevy shorty headers & '69 Dodge Charger manifolds.

    Jim, have you done any new PC pics with the models. The ones you done before were really cool. I do quite a bit of biz in the hispanic community I might need to take some pics of my parts with some HOT latina ladies.


    Jason
    www.autocyclepc.com
    cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher
    Last edited by cdaeme; 04-19-2006, 01:39 AM.

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  • hvac36
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Jason,
    They look awsome!! Please post your How to asap...

    Jim S..

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  • KZjim
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    fanatastic!!

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    These were a lot of work. I tried lab metal & JB Weld neither worked well for filling this many pits. The remedy was to fill with the extreme chrome and sand by hand then repeat until you get a smooth surface. When I get caught up later next week I will post a "How To" for doing this. There were several things I learned as I progresed through these pieces.


    Yes they are cleared using Jim's instructions found http://forum.caswellplating.com/showthread.php?t=4443

    Jason
    www.autocyclepc.com

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  • sdold
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Wow, those look really good. Awesome. That makes me want to try some Xtreme Chrome, thanks for posting that. How did you prepare the surface, did you have to do a lot of sanding? Any filling?

    Steve

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  • Popeye
    Experienced Metal Finisher

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    Looks great!
    Is it cleared?

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Jason
    www.autocyclepc.com

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Drum Roll Please!!!!!

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  • cdaeme
    Amateur Metal Finisher

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    Xtreme Improvement

    '41 Ford Hood Chrome. Done in Xtreme Chrome.

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