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Messages - Stan Paralikis

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General Mopar Discussions / 57,58,59 Desotos
« on: March 21, 2008, 08:22:40 AM »
Methinks the lad is:
A) Mistaken
B) Delusional
C) a BS'er

General Mopar Discussions / Miss Belvedere vs. Stitcherbob & Polaraco
« on: March 11, 2008, 04:15:57 AM »
Quote from: stitcherbob
Good find Stan...I would try it since it won't hurt paint......Noticed that the 5 gallon cost is much higher than Ultra One! "If it costs a lot, it's gotta work!" LOL
I'm convinced that this SHOULD seriously be looked at.  It probably isn't the "silver bullet" but, it looks like if this doesn't work, there is no chemical means to do so and the removal will have to be done mechanically.  Ultrasonic perhaps.
Here's more:
Note that concrete is listed.
DANG!!!  I'm really starting to get interested in this!

General Mopar Discussions / Miss Belvedere vs. Stitcherbob & Polaraco
« on: March 10, 2008, 04:48:00 AM »
Quote from: POLARACO
 Bob, Dwight and I have been trying to come up with non-acid ideas to float this crap off the car without damaging it.  Acids will do more harm than good.  The mission is to get that stuff off and then derust the car.  Once that is done, the ultra one will leave a coating on the car to preserve it.
Here's a thought:

General Mopar Discussions / Miss Belvedere vs. Stitcherbob & Polaraco
« on: March 06, 2008, 04:44:24 AM »
Quote from: POLARACO
Funny you said that  
I've recently been calling it the "Titantic with Tires"
As most of you probably already have read, MCG magazine has been insisting that the right thing to do would be to completely hermetically seal and encase Miss belvedere as-is.
There's merit to this argument because of the posibilty that an attempt to 'restore' (?) the car will result in a larger disaster than already exists.
I get sick looking at the photos of the state that it is in now.  There are rust buckets sitting in boneyards in way better condition than that.  So my take is this: What the hell, there's nothing really to lose now.  Go for it.  The knowledge gained in the attempt will be priceless.

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