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  • #64812

    Lines
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    Hello,

    I just wanted to introduce myself. I’m Marcus from Germany and started restoring a 1946 Buick Sedanette Roadmaster.

    I am still in progress in fixing the floor parts and panels. So it will take some time before I can start with Kustomizing it. I have plans in my mind in the direction of the build. Period correct as it could of been built in the late 40’s.

    I want to thank all people sharing theire build and knowledge to the people which are new in this scene. Its an enjoymet reading and wathing.

    Thanks specialy to Wolf starting my project.K800_20180610_135353K800_20180610_135403

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    #64813

    Mild Mitch
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    Very nice project.  Welcome.

    I have 1941  Special, Sedanette. Love this era Buicks!

    Mitch

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    #64815

    mike sutton
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    looks like you’re starting with a nice solid car.

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    #64821

    Torchie
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    Great car to start with.

    Please keep posting pictures as you go along.

    Torchie

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    #64823

    Tinwolf
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    Welcome Marcus ! The pictures Ive seen reviels some serious rust repairs acomplished with great care and skills , which I could do something similar to my -50 Buick which needs a new floor ! Im knee deep into my buddys Stefans -48 Buick Roadmaster top chop which we started last fall and are still working on for probably another winter season , Im trying to take it slow and methodically since its my first sedanette topchop .

    Looking forward to your posts .

    Wolf

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    #64834

    Lines
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    Hi Wolf,

    I cant wait to see the progress on Stefans top chop.

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    #64835

    Lines
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    Here some pictures of the progress I have done up to now20181209_17170820190303_13082120190309_15322020190311_17250020190321_20172620190316_182303

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    #64836

    Lines
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    Driver side, the body looked better as it was together. Lots of bad repairs. Metal sheets where overlapped with the rusted panels underneath. So I decided to cut out everything and builkding it up new. I started with the passengerside and left the driv er side to take mesurments.

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    #64837

    Lines
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    Rocker panel buildK800_20190112_174042K800_20190129_183452K800_20190129_183559K800_20190129_183500

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    #64838

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    Passenger doorK800_20190112_174000K800_20190112_174017K800_20190112_194935K800_20190116_190247K800_20190116_190318K800_20190116_204802K800_20190117_195142K800_20190119_195136

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    Passenger doorK800_20190112_174000K800_20190112_174017K800_20190112_194935K800_20190116_190247K800_20190116_190318K800_20190116_204802K800_20190117_195142K800_20190119_195136

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    #64840

    Lines
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    This is my first restoration of an body where I had to build so many parts and trying to get them lined up in the first place. A challenge Learning to bend metal but seeing the result is the best.

    I have a lot of thought how this car could look like. The biggist challenge will still come when its starts with the custom work.

    This is one of my favorit pictures47 cad ori47 cad

    Building a Buick with other brand parts and ceeping the main Buik Look. I hope you understand what I am meaning.

    Regards Marcus

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    #64845

    Torchie
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    Very nice workmanship on the repairs.

    Keep the posts coming. We are watching….

    Torchie

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