No homo here........
I had just heard about that hapening just wondering was there photo documentation........:?:
I repeat no homo here.......
I always find that the ones who have to constantly re-assert "no homo" after a sentence are the ones that are the least secure in their masculinity...
ESPECIALLY the ones that say "I love you man!" then follow it up with "no homo".
Sadly true too. I've got my makeshift powdercoating booth on the hood (built out of a massive cardboard box Hyundai shipped some parts to my dealership in), along with my reserve air tank I built to hold a few gallons of air at 10psi, the powdercoating gun itself, and my supplies... (Mustang II hoods make really good laundry tables too!)
The roof is holding my trim removal tools and a drill with a wire brush in it from the last time I worked on the roof of it.
The decklid had various parts on it, including two customer parts I've got coated waiting on him to pick up.
The 5.0HO I pulled out of a low-mileage 93 Thunderbird (22,000 miles, no joke) is on a stand in front of it, the engine out of an '87 Mustang GT is on another stand behind it (that one needs to be bored because of an unfortunate accident involving a cheap parts-store piston ring compressor, got a full set of now-useless forged pistons for it sitting on the table behind it... they may find their way into the Thunderbird engine), my sandblasting cabinet is tucked into a corner between the car and the wall of the garage (and it's proceeded to spring a leak and cover that whole section of the garage floor with 80 grit glass media... which is slipperier than ice!)
Like I said, don't see it happening this year.