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Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Total Posts: 2 Latest Post: 2017-04-02
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Member Comments on Journal Entry: A Mess Turns Into A Redesign Opportunity   ↵
2017-04-03 18:56:25 # 41396
Comment by Pat Munsch
Do you have any photos of your progress, especially the pedal setup?
2017-04-04 13:48:33 # 41424
Comment by Margaret C
Thanks Pat. I am out of state right now but will take pictures when I return at the end of the month. Thanks for reminding me to do this. A picture is worth a thousand words!
2017-06-29 21:31:04 # 43215
Comment by Cam H
Do you still have the Datsun drivetrain up,for sale ? Cam

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Getting Started July 2016

Margaret C   USA — Posted on The Morris Minor Forum
Sunday August 7, 2016 1:06 AM



Member Comments on Journal Entry: Getting Started July 2016   ↵
Rated 8 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2016-08-24 10:06:03 # 36808
Comment by Tim Clackett
Rating: 8/10
Sounds great! Can I ask about your experience with the dipping process? I've heard stories about the caustic dip (or acid?) not being completely removed and this causing paint problems later. Did the dipping guys coat the bare metal with a primer of some sort? I live in LA and am thinking of getting mine dipped.ThanksTim
2016-08-24 14:45:34 # 36814
Comment by Margaret C
I had my work done (2013) by Custom Auto Body, 32961 Calle Perfecto, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 (949) 487-9900Carol and Dick Susag and their son operate the business. They have been established in the area for some time and work with specific subs. They would be able to respond to technical questions. On the consumer side of this, I was very pleased with the Susags' work and they are nice people. The car came back dipped, CAB did structural repairs that the dipping uncovered, primed it and painted it. I think it was money well spent because the dipping gets into crevices that you cannot access and I have experienced blasted/paint work that still allows pinhole rusting. This car has been in Texas and now AZ and shows no issues. Living in LA it could be a possible followup for you. Hope this helps.

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