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Old 10-07-2017, 08:10 AM   #626
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Re: 64 C10 Stepside "Jaybird"

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Thank You. Already found a repo set on Amazon for $46.

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You are rocking man !!

Some serious forward progress here.
Thank You Rian. I am pushing as hard as I can to get as much stuff done before my vacation ends. I really wanted to have all the bed panels done and mocked up on the truck but that might be a long shot.

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Old 10-07-2017, 08:57 AM   #627
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Looking good Bret . I plan to get some done on my next holiday ( vacation ) at Christmas time as we shut down for two weeks .
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When do you think you will be done? We have a show coming up at the end of the month I would love for you to attend.
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Looking good Bret . I plan to get some done on my next holiday ( vacation ) at Christmas time as we shut down for two weeks .
Looking forward to your updates Martin.

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When do you think you will be done? We have a show coming up at the end of the month I would love for you to attend.
Not really sure when I will be done just keep pushing to the finish line. If you are talking about my truck being at the show that would be tough to make. I am really hoping to have it driving under its own power and stopping by Xmas time.

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Old 10-07-2017, 07:53 PM   #630
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Worked half day today and my body just gave out again. So I went inside and helped the wife with some chores and hung out with my boys.

Got this ready for some metal 2 metal.

20171007_105642 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

My buddy John talked me into doing bodywork on all the bed panels so here is the start.

20171007_110633 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171007_110628 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

When I block sanded the driver fender I had 2 high spots near my patch weld so I knocked them down gently but accidentally messed up some of my metal 2 metal so sanded it down and reapplied some more. UGH.

20171007_110620 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Next up was working on my cross sills. I was originally going to sandblast them to bare metal but after looking at them and cleaning them up they aren't that bad. My FIL shot these with red oxide primer when he repainted the truck. What little rust I did have I shot with Rust encaspulator. Will let that dry for 24 hours and then prime and shoot them satin Black.

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Old 10-09-2017, 07:00 PM   #631
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This all I got done yesterday.

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20171008_154007 by bjohnson388, on Flickr


But I did a little better today. Last day of vacation. Back to the rat race tomorrow.

20171009_090440 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_090446 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_093445 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

All sanded down. Need to block them and put glazing putty in a few places and then one more coat of High build and block again and see where I am at.

20171009_092923 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_093440 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Forgot to take a pic of the fender before high build.

20171009_104310 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_104319 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_104329 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Starting to look more like a truck.

20171009_110617 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Really proud of this Driver fender. It is by no means perfect but much better than the mess it was. Can't wait to get the driver door done.

20171009_110631 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_110641 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Got 2 coats of Satin Black on the bed sills.

20171009_152534 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

This tailgate is a mess. It is bowed, which I think I can get most of it out its only on the top. It has several deep dents on the bottom that I will have to drill a hole and use the slide hammer to pull out and then weld back up.

20171009_143228 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_143233 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

The bow in the top.

20171009_143238 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Someone used it as a workbench too much. SMH.

20171009_143257 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Pulled out the other bedside and started stripping didn't finish but got a good start.

20171009_143608 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

It is in alot better shape than the other side.

20171009_143613 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_152745 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Both stake pockets need some attention.

20171009_152748 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_152753 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171009_154823 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

And that concludes my vacation progress.

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Old 10-09-2017, 08:04 PM   #632
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Slow and Steady Keep up the Good Work.
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Re: 64 C10 Stepside "Jaybird"

Absolutely nailed it mate.


Well done.


Were the boys not about to help?
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Old 10-11-2017, 08:52 PM   #634
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Re: 64 C10 Stepside "Jaybird"

Looking good! I'm glad you decided to do the body work.
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All your hard work is paying off looks great. Fender came out real nice.
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Slow and Steady Keep up the Good Work.
I figure at some point I am going to run out of parts to restore. Right?

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Were the boys not about to help?
Thank you Rian. The boys asked if it was driveable yet at which I replied no and they seem to lose interest for the moment.

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Thanks John

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Thank you. It is slowly coming along. Maybe by Spring/Summer it will be close to finished.

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Old 10-15-2017, 09:34 PM   #638
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Started today off cleaning out the "sanford corner" beside my shed. With all the bed parts nearly gone from it except the passenger fender and bed strips it is pretty well emptied out.

My bed strips needed some straightening. Also the rear bed sill is in terrible shape. I never really looked at is since I took it off the truck. I am going to straighten the best I can for now but it needs to be replaced.

20171015_114121 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_114119 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

You can kinda see my cleanup in the back of the photo. If you look real close you can see the line on the fence where the bedsides where. The fence still looks new. The bed sill looks like it was run over by a train.

20171015_114137 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_114145 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Bed strips all hammered straight. I will have to buy at least one as my BIL cut the very middle one to install the stupid rear gas tank he fumbled together.

20171015_115403 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

After some hammering on the middle of the sill. It looks a little bit better.

20171015_123416 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Still bowed like crazy.

20171015_123431 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

And the tailgate is bowed the other way. What a mess.

20171015_123550 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_123558 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_123601 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

After messing with it for a little bit started on the bodywork for the driver bedside.

20171015_164539 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

6 applications of filler later and it is looking better.

20171015_164533 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Ready for some primer and then some blocking and probably a little bit more mud in a few places I missed.

20171015_171814 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

I was able to knock 99% of all the dents that where in the top rail out.

20171015_171820 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_173407 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171015_173413 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

That's it for today.

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Old 10-17-2017, 08:30 PM   #639
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Re: 64 C10 Stepside "Jaybird"

Blocked the primer and sprayed a coat of high build after work today. Still have a few low spots to fill.

20171017_182238 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

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20171017_185019 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

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Slow and Steady...
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Old 10-19-2017, 07:50 PM   #640
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Last night I blocked out the High build coat. Still have just a few small places to fix with glazing putty.

20171018_185243 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

This morning flipped it over to finish stripping and welding up the holes in the rail.

20171019_081208 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_083916 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

I also ground down all the spot welds on the angle strips and where the stake pockets are attached.

20171019_083950 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

A small mix up of metal to metal for a few of the spot welds and the holes I welded up on the rail.

20171019_120504 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

This is about as clean as it is going to get.

20171019_120509 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_120524 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

There are some really hard to reach places that really needed to be sandblasted but I didn't really feel like messing with it. So I hand sanded them the best I could.

20171019_120520 by bjohnson388, on Flickr
I put it face up for the first coat of primer so I could get a good coat in the top part of the rail. Even the factory did not get much paint in there.

20171019_132547 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_132558 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

The strip you see left unpainted is where I applied some rust neutralizer. It has to dry for 24 hours before a topcoat.

20171019_142308 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_142317 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

After lunch I drug out the passenger bedside to finish stripping the outside of it.

20171019_144822 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_144817 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_144828 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

By 5 o clock I had it looking pretty good. This bedside is in much better shape than the driver. Just have a small place at the front to weld and knock down a few dents.

20171019_165417 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171019_165424 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

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That's it for today thanks for looking.

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Old 10-25-2017, 08:37 PM   #642
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The UPS guy dropped off some boxes today.

20171025_171408 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Just about everything I need to put the stepside together and finish my driver door.

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Unfortunately the door skin was damaged during shipping. I my opinion it wasn't packaged very well. Going to call Classic Parts in the morning and see what my options are. I might be able to get back to where needs to be just irks me to get a new part in damaged.

20171025_172356 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Tried out the glazing putty on the bedside. I love this stuff after one application. Goes on super smooth and sands real easy.

20171025_182336 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

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Started off this morning with another session of glazing putty on the driver bedside.

20171026_130622 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Another coat of high build. It's not perfect but it is pretty close.

20171026_133529 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171026_161626 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

What it looked like before.

20171006_090441 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Some bodywork on the passenger bedside.

20171026_164735 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171026_164758 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Also this morning I called customer service @ www.classicparts.com. I had a no hassle conversation and have a new driver door skin headed my way. The damaged one I boxed back up and they said if UPS did not pick it up by next Friday it was mine to do as I please. No cost to me at all.

Wow fantastic customer service. Kudos to them. In this day and age it doesn't happen as often as it should. I have been buying all my parts from them since I started restoring the truck in 2012. I have never had any issues with my orders until this one. They took care of me and so I will continue to order as many as of my parts as I can from them and pass on their customer service to other truck guys.

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I'll 2nd the quality of service from Classic Parts. When I ordered my complete suspension kit for my 66 one of the ball joints was missing the rubber boot. Needless to say a 5 minute call later and they had another one on the way free of charge. Nice work on the bedsides!
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I'll 2nd the quality of service from Classic Parts. When I ordered my complete suspension kit for my 66 one of the ball joints was missing the rubber boot. Needless to say a 5 minute call later and they had another one on the way free of charge. Nice work on the bedsides!
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The last couple of evenings after work the temps have been to cool for any bodywork so I started stripping the rear passenger fender. It was the last lonely piece sitting outside in the sanford corner.

This fender has at least a quart of Bondo on it.

20171027_174538 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171027_174600 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171027_174612 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

One small tear at the bottom I will need to weld up.

20171027_174615 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

You can see the thickness of Bondo. This was all along the top and the whole back side of the fender.

20171027_180212 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

The bottom half back had bondo to cover up these 2 holes which I assume where for the rear wrap around bumper that was on the truck when my FIL bought it. I have a picture of it.

20171027_180216 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Picture of said bumper.

1981 April by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Got it stripped about halfway last night before I lost sunlight. Will finish it up today.

20171028_185723 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

I also sat the front of the truck back down on the ground I had it still sitting on jack stands from when I was installing the brake lines. I have never seen its front stance with fenders on. It sits pretty good with just one coil cut off the spring. I still need the rear lowering springs as I have a over the top rake right now.

All the hours of welding, grinding, bodywork, and sanding are starting to pay off.

20171027_191130 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171027_191116 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Suppose to warm up to 70 today so maybe I can squeeze some bodywork in this afternoon.

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Slept in this morning for the first time that I can remember. My body always wakes me up at 5am. I guess it needed some extra rest this morning. So a late start but it gave the weather time for it to bring the temp up high enough to bodywork.

Passenger bedside.

20171029_125005 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

My goal is to get as much body filler sanded off as possible but still let it do its job.

20171029_125008 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Not quite perfect but pretty close.

20171029_151928 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171029_151934 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

First coat of primer.

20171029_165719 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Finished stripping the pass rear fender. Found a small rust hole right in front of the wheel well. Not sure what caused it there is nothing behind that spot on the inside.

20171029_162840 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171029_162853 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

I have my work cutout for me on this fender. There are several big dents in the top that will be hard to get completely out. I will have to put quite a bit of body filler I'm sure.

20171029_162848 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

Hit the fender with 80 grit on the DA Sander.

20171029_165025 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

You can see all the dents and rust I will have to deal with.

20171029_165031 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

20171029_165040 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

In this photo on the bottom rear you can see a whole bunch of small high spots that appeared after I sanded it. My theory is they were caused by rocks and gravel being kicked up by the rear tire over the last 50 years.

20171029_165045 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

You can see more of them in this photo.

20171029_165055 by bjohnson388, on Flickr

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Getting things knocked out. Glad to see the door skin issue resolved quickly, not very often do things go in a builders favor.
Looks like a little hammer and dolly action to fix the reverse dents from tire/rock kick up.
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Old 10-30-2017, 09:24 AM   #650
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Re: 64 C10 Stepside "Jaybird"

Awesome work Bret!!!
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