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Canton, Ohio, USA
Total Posts: 57 Latest Post: 2017-10-19
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A Bit Of A Catch-up

Eric Pfiffner   USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Friday September 16, 2016 11:24 AM


Man is that hood dirty Just a test fit I have s

Man, is that hood dirty! Just a test fit, I have since cleaned it up.

IMG 1548

IMG 1548

Currently have been getting the door gaps right H

Currently have been getting the door gaps right. Have since primed the rockers.

IMG 1550

IMG 1550




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Patching The Driver's Side Quarter

Eric Pfiffner   USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Friday September 23, 2016 8:24 AM


Sandblasted and primed Pinholes in inner fender w

Sandblasted and primed. Pinholes in inner fender were sealed w/seam sealer

Patch cut from front fender test fit

Patch cut from front fender test fit

Tack welding Also plug welded in to flange

Tack welding. Also plug welded in to flange.

Welding finished

Welding finished




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Filler Work And Primer On Driver's Side Quarter

Eric Pfiffner   USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Wednesday September 28, 2016 6:54 AM


IMG 1566

IMG 1566

IMG 1567

IMG 1567




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2016-09-28 17:49:28 # 37515
Comment by Roger N. Tanner
. . . and when you get all the bumps and scars filled and everything is smoothed (and I would encourage you to use a long air inline sander): http://www.harborfreight.com/air-tools/sanders/air-inline-sander-62528.html' on sale today for $35.I did all the priming at home, and then sent the car out to the body shop for modern urethane and clear coat, which are very toxic and require breathing air equipment.RNTanner1939@gmail.com

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IMG 1638

IMG 1638

IMG 1640

IMG 1640

IMG 1641

IMG 1641

IMG 1642

IMG 1642




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Panel Alignment, The Ongoing Saga

Eric Pfiffner   USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Wednesday February 8, 2017 9:16 AM


IMG 1700

IMG 1700

IMG 1701

IMG 1701

IMG 1702

IMG 1702




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Stretch Armstrong

Eric Pfiffner   USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Wednesday February 15, 2017 9:22 AM


IMG 1706

IMG 1706

IMG 1705

IMG 1705




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