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Posted 2014-04-15 7:07 AM (#436170 - in reply to #226386)
Subject: RE: The Resurrection of 'Rusty' [the '59 Sport Fury]


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John, fantastic workmanship, humbling to me as a Bloke who wants to be able to do the same kind of work, but never had the opportunity to do this kind of thing. I am a Fitter/machinist, so no stranger to working metal. To me this is more like an artisan's field of work. What makes it even more amazing is the basic tools you use and surroundings you do this work in. No offence intended or implied. I would love to watch you, help, and learn.

Did you get taught by someone?

Steve.
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Posted 2014-04-15 12:04 PM (#436195 - in reply to #226386)
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Thanks for the kind words, Jerome, Roger, and Steve.

I was trained as a professional mechanic, but never took any classes on bodywork. I learned by practicing, reading old school bodymen books, as well as watching some of the local old timers work. They are long gone, but I have been helping some younger guys with tips, so hopefully they will pick it up.

---John
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Posted 2014-04-15 12:23 PM (#436198 - in reply to #436195)
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John -

I read your post as, 'I was trained as a professional magician'. Seems appropriate, with the work you've done on this car. LOL !

Ron

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Posted 2014-04-16 4:20 PM (#436420 - in reply to #226386)
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Had a nice still afternoon and 80 degrees yesterday, so the Sport Fury is now painted fully.

---John



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Posted 2014-04-16 4:22 PM (#436421 - in reply to #226386)
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You gotta think up a new name for 'her/him'.


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Posted 2014-04-16 5:07 PM (#436427 - in reply to #226386)
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Looking GREAT, John! You've been busy. You have indeed worked your magic on this car!

I agree; "Rusty" just doesn't suit this car anymore.



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Posted 2014-04-16 6:53 PM (#436458 - in reply to #436421)
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d500neil - 2014-04-16 1:22 PM

You gotta think up a new name for 'her/him'.




M'lisa already did-

She named the car Toothless, after a dragon called a black Fury in an animated movie, "How to train your dragon"

---John
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Posted 2014-04-16 8:39 PM (#436481 - in reply to #226386)
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Good name! After looking at the first photo of this thread than this what they say is true you are an artist.

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Posted 2014-04-16 8:52 PM (#436483 - in reply to #436481)
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Well, he'll be "Toothless" until he is fully drivable....then, maybe "Toothy"...

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Posted 2014-04-23 8:24 PM (#437487 - in reply to #226386)
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It looks good in black all you will need is a white convertible top and it will look even better
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Posted 2014-05-28 4:37 PM (#442717 - in reply to #437487)
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Now that my driver is put back together, got a chance to do a bit on this one.

I climbed up to the loft where I had stored the doors, it was 100 degrees on Saturday, but probably 20 degrees hotter up there. Summer has officially arrived here! I had blankets covering them, but as you can see, they were still covered in dust. I did manage to get both fitted and aligned to the body, however. Also, I painted the inner fenders semi-gloss black, although with the paint still wet, looks like gloss black.




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Posted 2014-05-30 4:00 PM (#443049 - in reply to #226386)
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Its getting there.
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Posted 2014-06-14 5:54 PM (#445113 - in reply to #226386)
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I went out to the barn to see what John was doing.  He is re-assembling the dash.

Here are some photos.

M'Lisa

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Posted 2014-06-14 5:56 PM (#445114 - in reply to #226386)
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I went out to the barn to see what John was doing.  He is re-assembling the dash.

Here are some photos.

M'Lisa





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Posted 2014-06-14 7:50 PM (#445128 - in reply to #226386)
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Looking good John. You can get a lot done "One Day at a Time"!. Keep on hitting those "one day's"!
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Posted 2014-06-22 10:42 PM (#446195 - in reply to #226386)
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John,
I believe I read somewhere in your thread that this car was rescued from upstate NY. Could I ask where? Near Watertown?
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Posted 2014-06-23 2:22 PM (#446265 - in reply to #446195)
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LD3 Greg - 2014-06-22 7:42 PM

John,
I believe I read somewhere in your thread that this car was rescued from upstate NY. Could I ask where? Near Watertown?
Greg


Greg, the yard was somewhere near Ithaca, but I don't have further details, as my friend that found it has since passed away. He did say that the yard was no longer operating, and had a truck repair business located on the property.

---John
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Posted 2014-06-23 6:30 PM (#446295 - in reply to #226386)
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With all the rust in this area I am impressed with the progress and the methods to try to counter the effects of rust. I have a vehicle about as bad and have been gradually grinding, blasting and coating fresh metal with epoxy primers to try to keep what I have left. I can truly appreciate the SLOW painstaking progress you are achieving. Great job. I can see why people get so frustrated and give up because it is slow and expensive and easy to lose the vision of having it finally finished to enjoy the fruits of labor. Great job!
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Posted 2014-06-24 4:16 PM (#446442 - in reply to #226386)
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Thanks, Bob!
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Posted 2014-06-24 4:28 PM (#446443 - in reply to #446442)
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Amazing! Very impressive work! Cant wait to see it done.
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Posted 2014-06-25 11:48 AM (#446587 - in reply to #226386)
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Thanks, Randy!

Was going to fit the deck lid yesterday evening, but it was close to 110 degrees in the back of the barn, so I lost interest in doing so after fighting the torsion rods and hinges, and decided to throw some horseshoes with Big Al and his son.

---John
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Posted 2014-06-25 9:15 PM (#446678 - in reply to #446195)
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My father told me the car sold brand new at Erie J Miller Chrysler plymouth in Ithaca, NY. I told him were the car sold brand new in Ithaca that is when he told me were it sold. I read a post here about the car and that is how I found out what location the car sold. the car has come along way and its getting there
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Posted 2014-06-26 3:34 PM (#446791 - in reply to #226386)
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Thanks, Steph!

I received my second set of coffee cans with re-plated hardware, and had the hood hinges plated also. Greg Conomos had sent me a set of his newly reproduced hood springs, so I painted them red and installed them on the hinges. Thanks again, Greg!

I bolted both fenders on, as well as the deck lid. I will have lots of adjusting panels, but I wanted to get things close so I can wetsand and buff the paint out first.



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Posted 2014-06-26 6:14 PM (#446814 - in reply to #446791)
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John, have you, yet, bought a copy of Rusty's IBM card?


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Posted 2014-06-26 7:23 PM (#446826 - in reply to #446814)
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d500neil - 2014-06-26 3:14 PM

John, have you, yet, bought a copy of Rusty's IBM card?




Funny you ask, Neil, I did this for three or four of my cars about five years ago, but I cannot remember which ones! I'll have to find them and have a look see.

---John
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Posted 2014-06-26 8:13 PM (#446834 - in reply to #226386)
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You can go to the Chrysler history and request it they will need a copy of the title or registration
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Posted 2014-07-08 1:25 PM (#448327 - in reply to #226386)
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Body panels all assembled, finishing the wet sanding with 2000 grit in preparation for polishing.

---John



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Posted 2014-07-08 3:32 PM (#448338 - in reply to #226386)
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Looks good John, now is the most rewarding time coming up - dressing up the car with the chrome
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Posted 2014-07-21 12:03 PM (#449883 - in reply to #226386)
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Spent the most of Saturday with a buffer- Now to get the aluminum trim re-anodized.

---John



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Posted 2014-07-22 9:46 AM (#450022 - in reply to #226386)
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Looking really good John
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Posted 2014-07-22 4:45 PM (#450066 - in reply to #226386)
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Posted 2014-07-22 4:52 PM (#450070 - in reply to #226386)
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Looks good John - now's that the fun part remains..... what price are you asking?

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Posted 2014-07-22 6:00 PM (#450080 - in reply to #450070)
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Interesting ploy; get John to commit to a price before he finalizes it, so that he 'now' comes up with a price that would be something
less than what the car would bring, at an open auction, after it is completed.

Private-prices are usually lower than are bidding-prices.




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Posted 2014-08-02 7:11 AM (#451367 - in reply to #226386)
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incredible transformation John, we discussed how much will cost to restore one of theses rusted ragtops over the years, specially when I saw people paying over 60k 70k for cars in the same shape of rusty, will be great to listen to you estimate to complete a nut and bolt resto like this one.
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Posted 2014-08-02 7:22 AM (#451368 - in reply to #226386)
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Its looking good John. When you get it done why don't you put a before and after photo of the car
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Posted 2014-08-02 10:31 AM (#451388 - in reply to #226386)
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Rusty is looking Fabulous!

You are a miracle worker, John!

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Posted 2014-08-26 1:20 PM (#454258 - in reply to #226386)
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I probably have close to 40 hours into straightening the lower valance, as it was mangled like nearly all I find. I painted it argent, along with the filler panel, and installed them on the car. Also, installed several stainless trim pieces, and the headlight buckets.

---John



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Posted 2014-08-27 2:03 PM (#454376 - in reply to #226386)
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This car will be Swede quality... even Jan F. would be proud of a job like this!
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Posted 2014-08-28 9:27 AM (#454491 - in reply to #226386)
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I would have thought you would have had a stash of '59 Valances. lol Did I miss the info on your engine build??? Your quite a surgeon!!!
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Posted 2014-08-28 12:36 PM (#454523 - in reply to #226386)
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Dorsey, the engine was not rebuilt- I removed it from a good running [but rusty] low mileage coupe fifteen years ago. I replaced the timing set, head gaskets and all other gaskets, checked the valves and bearings. Hopefully all is still good after setting all this time.

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Posted 2014-08-28 12:42 PM (#454524 - in reply to #454523)
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Is it going to be a 2bbl car or are your going to liven it up a tad???
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Posted 2014-08-28 6:17 PM (#454564 - in reply to #226386)
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It's the stock 361 Golden Commando 4-barrel AFB that I will be using. I won't be hopping it up, though
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Posted 2014-08-28 11:05 PM (#454601 - in reply to #226386)
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That 361 should do the job really well!!
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Posted 2014-08-29 1:09 AM (#454617 - in reply to #454601)
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Should be fun to get together and see 59 when you come so far in the renovation (Maybe unscrew then?).
We will come to you on Saturday 18 October. Hope you are at home then. Agree before you're home.
Our Road Trip 2014 go LA, Big M, Las Vegas, Kingman, Phoenix, Tucson, LA Looking forward to it.



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Posted 2014-08-29 2:21 PM (#454657 - in reply to #226386)
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I'm looking forward to seeing you again also, Joakim!!!

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Posted 2014-09-12 12:28 PM (#456074 - in reply to #226386)
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Installed the firewall pad, then the underdash components. Much easier to do when the dash is out! I had already blasted the dash, and painted it with semi-flat black paint, and installed the defroster registers. I disassembled the cluster, and repainted the speedo needle, lubed and tested the speedo, and tested the gauges. All parts were thoroughly cleaned before reassembly. Next was to assemble the other components into the dash, followed by the dash pad, which was made for me by Dash Specialists in Oregon, nearly fifteen years ago.

---John



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Posted 2014-09-12 6:04 PM (#456103 - in reply to #226386)
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Real sharp John! I know how long and tedious it is to polish the knobs and levers and the speedometer looks new. Is the company still in existence that did your dash?
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Posted 2014-09-12 7:31 PM (#456109 - in reply to #226386)
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Just checked, and they are still in business. I do remember the price quoted was quite a bit less than what Just Dashes quoted me, perhaps half the price.

It's Dash Specialists in Medford Oregon, [541) 776-0040 for anyone interested. I'd recommend them to anyone!

---John
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Posted 2014-09-14 4:16 AM (#456225 - in reply to #226386)
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Do they have a web site also I would like to check it out
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Posted 2014-09-14 5:00 AM (#456229 - in reply to #226386)
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I assume your into facebook Steph

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dash-Specialists/159987070690485

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