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Old 02-13-2017, 09:22 PM   #341
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I think there are a lot of clear coated patinas out there. As with applying any primer, paint, or clear; it's all about having a nice clean surface that will accept what is being sprayed, applied, to it. Some like having a slightly rough surface with "tooth" to grab onto, just make sure it's free of anything that could contaminate it and cause it to start lifting.
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Old 02-14-2017, 07:26 AM   #342
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Would give me an excuse to drive to the beach. Not quite that far south. Few hours away. Not sure how the locals and governing bodies would feel after the tide starts turning to school bus yellow and rust color lol.
Come up to MD; it's the natural color of the water anyway.
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Old 02-14-2017, 12:37 PM   #343
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I love this!!!

I LOVE YOUR WORK!!! Sorry for yelling, but it's awesome! My wife and I have been talking about getting a bus and converting it. I redid a 4x4 camper van and that was nice, but we have two kids and the little bed in the pop top is just too small for them now. So... we sold the beast... Actually whale, she was named Ballena Blanca (white whale in spanish).

My had goes off to you sir! Your attention to detail is much appreciated.
I stumbled accross skoolie.net just 2 days ago and havn't stopped watching your videos untill I just now came to the end... I want more!


Keep up the awesome work!
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Old 02-14-2017, 12:41 PM   #344
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I LOVE YOUR WORK!!! Sorry for yelling, but it's awesome! My wife and I have been talking about getting a bus and converting it. I redid a 4x4 camper van and that was nice, but we have two kids and the little bed in the pop top is just too small for them now. So... we sold the beast... Actually whale, she was named Ballena Blanca (white whale in spanish).
You did it wrong. Should have sold the kids. I was once offered 50 cent per pound on the hoof. I was greedy and held out for $1. Now I can't get rid of them. It'll cost me to pay someone to take them. Hopefully it's not too late for you.
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Old 02-14-2017, 04:55 PM   #345
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THis build is one I look to for inspiration when I need to keep going!
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Old 03-17-2017, 12:23 PM   #346
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His buddy buys a bus and he disappears for a month. Who's the Executive Producer, I need to send a nasty-gram.
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