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Old 05-08-2012, 09:32 PM   #1
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Does andy jenson do good work on motors? like is it worth it?
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Does andy jenson do good work on motors? like is it worth it?
Never heard of him?
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Never heard of him?
me either. but i did find this. the prices look decent but imo looks to be more of a chevy place.

http://www.jensensenginetech.com/eng...t-engines.html
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me either. but i did find this. the prices look decent but imo looks to be more of a chevy place.

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Yeah, that place is all about the Chevys.
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I found out whoever he is built my motor. The original owner of my car called me today and he wants to buy the car off me bc he "misses" it. He showed me all the receipts and all for it and was showing me pics of when he was building the car. over 6grand into the car but I guess the internals of the motor were built by him. I'm not probably not gonna sell it to him but I did find some useful info out about my car. I was just wondering if he's a well known person or not. I googled him and found that link posted and was reading some of the stuff
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I found out whoever he is built my motor. The original owner of my car called me today and he wants to buy the car off me bc he "misses" it. He showed me all the receipts and all for it and was showing me pics of when he was building the car. over 6grand into the car but I guess the internals of the motor were built by him. I'm not probably not gonna sell it to him but I did find some useful info out about my car. I was just wondering if he's a well known person or not. I googled him and found that link posted and was reading some of the stuff
I believe I'd see just how bad he wants it, never know.
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I believe I'd see just how bad he wants it, never know.
He's selling 2 of his cars this weekend to get the 3grand I was asking for it but I'm not sure I'm gonna sell it. I want a somewhat stock foxbody but idk if I wanna get rid of this one now
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you know just cause your car is already modded doesnt mean you still cant make it your own.
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you know just cause your car is already modded doesnt mean you still cant make it your own.
yeah i know ive painted it cleaned it up and added a few things so far
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you recently painted it? if so we need pics!
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you recently painted it? if so we need pics!
just the fenders and hood everyone told me not to use duplicolor in the aerosal cans but it looks better than 4 different colors and im gonna get it professionally done next year lemme get a pic

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ill get a pic in the morning its dark out and my flash is making it look weird
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just the fenders and hood everyone told me not to use duplicolor in the aerosal cans but it looks better than 4 different colors and im gonna get it professionally done next year lemme get a pic

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ill get a pic in the morning its dark out and my flash is making it look weird
sounds good. i use the duplicolor engine enamel on engine parts and i think that stuff is very good quality for a can.
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just the fenders and hood everyone told me not to use duplicolor in the aerosal cans but it looks better than 4 different colors and im gonna get it professionally done next year lemme get a pic



I've used it on areas as large as a rear quarter panel and it held up pretty good.
Just keep it out of the sun as much as you can and clear over it if you haven't.
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I've used it on areas as large as a rear quarter panel and it held up pretty good.
Just keep it out of the sun as much as you can and clear over it if you haven't.
I put 4 cans of clear coat on it lol and its kinda foced to be In the sun bc I have no where else to park it. I'm gonna get it done up my school in the auto body shop
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I put 4 cans of clear coat on it lol and its kinda foced to be In the sun bc I have no where else to park it. I'm gonna get it done up my school in the auto body shop
the clear should help with the sun.
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the clear should help with the sun.
Alright good. Either way I'm gonna get it painted
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you recently painted it? if so we need pics!
It doesn't match too well but when your in person you can't tell unless you're from a distance. It'll do for now

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It doesn't match too well but when your in person you can't tell unless you're from a distance. It'll do for now
Eh, better than what it was before probably.
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At least its closer. It actually shines pretty good for some rattle can.
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At least its closer. It actually shines pretty good for some rattle can.
Yeah. I'm gonna get it done up my school in the begining of next school year anyways
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