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Old 03-28-2010, 07:02 AM   #1
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Local Job.
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Old 03-28-2010, 12:46 PM   #2
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This is a '71 Beetle I just did this week. I had to make the mounts for the rotisserie, but it was fairly easy. The customer was not too concerned about removing the seam sealer so I couldn't spend too much time on it.



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Here is a Gradder Just done
Local Job, 15 miles away.
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Dyer how many hours did you have in on the gradder ?
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8.5 Hours with 1/2 hr for set up and glass tapeing. (had a helper)
1.5 hrs the next day for spot's I missed.
this guy was FUSSY bad.
Cab back was fast, the front took forever to hit every angle!

Even did what we could under it to. ( but not the little light post on top??) go figure. he said it was not important?
Some rims were tender, and didn't feel like having a tire come off from the split rims...

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19 bags (50lb) Med. Crush Glass
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The wood items you see are antiques with big price tags
The dune buggy and the rail were done for a couple of powder coating shops
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grave marker i did yesterday.

i was shocked at the outcome.
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Rather that's really super work. The furniture is always tough. Looks very nice. Did it raise the grain very much? It usually chews it up some.
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I do this stuff all the time it does not raise the grain. I have gotten
pretty good at it sometimes I strip it sometimes I only take
part of the paint of to age it.
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blast, what media are you using?
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What is a gradder?
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You joking knuckle head? My 5 year old nethew knows what a grader is
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Ya I know, I wasn't First in the spelling bee... LOL
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Rather, That head stone looks great, Did you use soda?

Has anyone tried to blast a Marble Stone yet?
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got more I will put up later.. Just finished 2 1968 Camero doors and a 55 Chevy fender that had 1/4" of bondo skimed over the whole fender.. Iv been making more money tattooing than blasting.. They are beating down my door for that and running from blasting.
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I use sand on everything I turn the air down and the sand up and take my time
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I'm going to find me some garage sale furniture and practice.
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i have done marble too. the other half of our company looks after graveyards.

this one has a marble face and granite base and top. i have done white marble, black marble you name it. I is a expert now. lo


blasted with soda. just kept my distance and it was great. no cutting at all. smooth as silk.
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[quote=blastoffinc;907552]This is a '71 Beetle I just did this week. I had to make the mounts for the rotisserie, but it was fairly easy. The customer was not too concerned about removing the seam sealer so I couldn't spend too much time on it.

Hi, What media did you use? I'm in the UK and most Beetle's here are full of rust.

This is a picture of my 1303 Karmann Beetle im restoring.
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