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Get Smart? I had to do some digging. That’s all I can come up with.
That’s it. German arch villain Ziegfried (Bernie Kopell) responding to a question from Agent 99 (Sexy Barbara Feldon).That definitely sounded familiar but I couldn’t place it. They definitely do say no no ninety nine in get smart but idk about the German?
Damn! You just made me realize how old I am. My first crush was.............The two reasons why are still all I care about.
Clay bar isn’t that hard to do yourself if you’ve never done it. I did my jeep(the few stock painted panels that remain) and it was pretty straight forward. I used the Mothers kit from advance that was maybe 20-25 bucks.When I purchased my '01 the cowl clear coat was pealing badly and the sun had destroyed to base color.....
Since moving to Florida I made friends with a father & son at a local high end Auto Body shop.
Talked with both of them and worked a deal to get the cowl stripped, any metal prep performed, primed, painted. clear coated and baked.
During the process the son was texting me with progress updates.
I dropped off the cowl on the 19th and picked it up this morning.
The cowl looks so much better.....
Still need to get the remainder of the paint clay barred.
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Hey Zorb is that a Gator bite just to the right of the tail pipe?Finally - after blathering on about it for almost a year, I got started on that rear bumper project:
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Parts kit, with stock bumper in background...
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Runs up to the approx. centerline of the frame, the shackle D-rings will tie into this.
This originally was going to be a completely bolt together project, but I've decided to have it welded. I'll get the main bumper piece onto these mounts - and bolt them together with temporary 1/4" bolts, then take the assy down to the fab shop for welding. That way I *know* the damn thing fits, nothing is left to interpretation, and there are no mistakes. I just have to decide how wide I want the finished bumper to be - I'm going wide as this is a trail jeep, but will probably trim off a few inches from the 5 foot raw material. The bumper will be about 1/4" less in rear projection than stock, and I think about the same bit higher.
Hopefully, this won't take me another year to finish up!