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  1. #291
    Have you considered one of those rotary paint removal brushes? Hate to see you working so hard, and would really speed up the process.
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  2. #292
    Quote Originally Posted by edmayo View Post
    Have you considered one of those rotary paint removal brushes? Hate to see you working so hard, and would really speed up the process.
    Ed,

    I have used one of those paint removal devices that attaches to a drill. Seemed to work pretty well. We were able to do that roof section in about 30 minutes or so. My best friend was over helping me tidy up some wires (in my basement/garage) and after we finish, he just grabs the razor and just starts going to town (which surprises me because he isn't a big car guy) and it came off pretty easily. I might take it outside and get the drill out and finish it today. By the way, he thinks I should paint it orange w/ some type of black stripe(s) I told him he can paint his that color!
    1971 911t coupe
    2002 Camaro z/28

  3. #293
    Quote Originally Posted by sebastianroher View Post
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    Getting the glass out with my brother Zachary.
    Rest in peace little brother, I sure do miss and love you!
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    2002 Camaro z/28

  4. #294
    I'm afraid to ask,,,,,???
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  5. #295
    Quote Originally Posted by edmayo View Post
    I'm afraid to ask,,,,,???
    Ed, my little brother who is holding the rear windshield in this picture passed away yesterday afternoon in a bad car crash.

    Seb
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    2002 Camaro z/28

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    Im really sorry to read this Sebastian. So sad, heart breaking. RIP for your brother.
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    Heart goes out to you and family Seb. I trust God will provide hope and healing during this immensely difficult time.



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  8. #298
    Thanks Frank and Karim...
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    2002 Camaro z/28

  9. #299
    Sebastian, very saddened to hear of your loss. Thoughts are with you and your family.

    Steve

  10. #300
    Sebastian,

    Tragic loss .... Good thoughts and prayers for you and yours

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