Have you seen the white?

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Mike Echemann

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Thanks John:

Not to mention we'll both finally be of drinking age on Sun. I'm glad to
see your making progress on your car. I've got my blue "car in the barn" at
the paint shop and also saw it today. It's really looking sharp but after
awhile I know that fresh blue coat will have a few dings and nicks. I had
my wheels power coated also and I'd really recommend it. Yoke white was
almost a dead on match but I know yours are red. I was hoping to get it
back together by Celina but won't make it now.

You might considered Por-15 as a bottom coat. You should go semi gloss
black with whatever you use. See you in Celina.
Mike




----- Original Message -----
From: "&quot;Cap'n&quot; John" <minnow@amphicar.net>
To: <amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 10:25 PM
Subject: [amphicar-lovers] Have you seen the white?


> Lordy, I have seen the white, and it is at the end of the paint
> booth!!
>
> I will post some pics tomorrow! Finally after over a year and all the
> hassles, headaches and wasted time, the Amphicar Extraordinaire has
> been painted and awaits the attack of the 2000 grit to bring out the
> shine that I know is there. Then I start the ardous re-assembly
> process.
>
> What suggestions for painting the bottom (I.E. materials) do you have?
>
> Maybe I can bring her home this weekend in time for my birthday
> (forgot which one) this Sunday. So now I'll be singing "Happy Amphi
> day to me....." ;=)
>
> John "Happy Guy" Bevins
>
> OBTW - Say Happy Birthday to Mike Echemann on Sunday too!
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"Cap''n" John

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Lordy, I have seen the white, and it is at the end of the paint
booth!!

I will post some pics tomorrow! Finally after over a year and all the
hassles, headaches and wasted time, the Amphicar Extraordinaire has
been painted and awaits the attack of the 2000 grit to bring out the
shine that I know is there. Then I start the ardous re-assembly
process.

What suggestions for painting the bottom (I.E. materials) do you have?

Maybe I can bring her home this weekend in time for my birthday
(forgot which one) this Sunday. So now I'll be singing "Happy Amphi
day to me....." ;=)

John "Happy Guy" Bevins

OBTW - Say Happy Birthday to Mike Echemann on Sunday too!
 

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