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Old 01-21-2009, 12:36 PM
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here it's first shot of primer !


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Awesome, Ozgur!! Keep the photos coming - this is one of the projects I really can't wait to see competed!
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Old 01-27-2009, 08:49 AM
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thank you Buzz
your reply came just in time,
because i thought that it would be better not to send pictures of my project since i get very few replies
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ps: small block chevy v8, manual body th350 automatic, 3.08 locker diff waiting their turn

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Looks fantastic Ozgur!

Keep the pictures coming please.
I am sure there are many of us who don't post a reply to all the threads we follow even though we find them very interesting.

Your work is beautiful and is very encouraging to the rest of us.
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Keep them coming Ozgur!
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I am glad o see your progress. I love the slabside. It's where it all began for the Cobra.....i2f
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keep the pictures coming, looks great.

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another one !


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Have you made this kind of mold/plug earlied for other car's?

Anyway this looks very nice and also very solid base for mold.
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short answer is no; i did not use this kind of method before for my scratch builts
my initial plan is to use regular method (5 axis cnc milling of epoxy putty),
but i prefer to go with this method for sentimental reasons (tribute to traditional coach body builders)
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Anyway this looks very nice and also very solid base for mold.

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Ozgur,
While a lot of us don't always post, we are here keeping our eyes and ears open and are constantly amazed at the quality of your work. For people like me, you are way beyond my expertise. I'd love to comment but I wouldn't know what to say....other than this is incredible....Ken
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thank you for your kind words
it's my pleasure to share my project with members of clubcobra.com
i'm eagerly waiting for the next milestone of the project, painting of the buck. color of the buck will be gloss black
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short answer is no; i did not use this kind of method before for my scratch builts
my initial plan is to use regular method (5 axis cnc milling of epoxy putty),
but i prefer to go with this method for sentimental reasons (tribute to traditional coach body builders)
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ps: how your project going ?
My project is a bit hold at the moment.

I'm waiting that snow melt down and outside temp is high enough for laminating. This because I ship that mold to a bit larger place, but there isn't heating so currently I can only wait.

I have made only one (front end) part as a test laminating because I broke plug when I pull that mold out. So I just test that there isn't that stuck poblem in real parts. I will add few pic to my callery about that front case/mold...

This is the first glass mold what I have ever build so if I start now I would do many thinks differently. And I also think that your way is much beter than my. Actually I think that I should start build a alu body after I get plug/buck ready just because laminating is a real messy job in a small carage.

I could write a whole book about "beginers problems in wonderfull world of resing". I have now a lot of first hand info about those problems ;-)
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Great stuff guys. Please continue with a lot of pictures and explanations. I find this very interesting and educational. I very much appreciate your talents.
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thank you
i'm working on to paint body&hardtop buck with gloss black color
as soon as finish that process i'll post pictures
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Hurry up Ozgur, we want to see it in gloss!
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as promised
here it's first shot of black paint !


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Beautiful! The lines look even more stunning highlighted by the reflectivenes of the gloss paint.

EDIT: One minor thing, Oz. It could be just the lens angle, but the headlight bucket area looks a bit big and the taper of the fender just before that flat frontal headlight area seems to flare ever so slightly out from the overall sweep of the fender's curve. Like I say - could be the camera angle, but the more I study the beautiful shape, that little detail seems to stand out.
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Looks great Ozgur,thanks for the picture!
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