1966 Mustang JADED from Kevin Tetz and Eastwood

LINK TO BUY JADED GREEN PAINT: http://search.eastwood.com/search?w=jaded+green LINK TO BUY MIG 135: http://www.eastwood.com/mig-welder-110vac-135a-output.html LINK TO BUY CONTOUR PREMIUM BODY FILLER: http://www.eastwood.com/contour-premium-body-filler-kit.html Kevin Tetz's "Project Jaded" A Deeper Look: PRODUCTS USED- 12114 "Paint-U-Cation" Instructional DVD Set 13520ZP Contour Premium Body Filler 13523ZP Sprayable Polyester Body Filler 50109ZP 2K Ceramic Chassis Black 50244ZP 1:1 Epoxy Primer 50240ZP 4:1 Urethane Primer 50385ZP Tunnel Ram Metallic Gray Paint 13986ZP Jaded Green Paint 12458ZP Rat Rod Flat Clear 12776 Evolution™ HVLP Paint Gun THE INSPIRATION- As Jaded began, I set out to build a first generation (1966) Mustang, incorporate styling cues from modern Mustangs, and blend them as seamlessly as today's late model muscle cars blend vintage cues. Those subtle changes that draw you into the car for a closer look. THE CHALLENGES- It was extremely difficult to maintain proportion and balance while retaining the heritage. JADED still had to look like a Mustang, not a Frankenstein collection of parts slapped together. Once the design was solidified, choosing components that fit the car and creating a cohesive well rounded package was the next challenge. Starting with a drivetrain from the legendary 2004 COBRA gave me a great head start on a bulletproof and powerful foundation. The Schwartz G-Machine full frame chassis solved many problems, including suspension, steering and most importantly, rigidity that would support torque and power into the 600 HP range. THE DETAILS- The feel of the 2004 interior gives the car a modern edge with seats that are heavily bolstered, 6 way adjustable, and very comfortable. The body had to be stunning, the color had to be right... and the timing of the Eastwood Contour line of products was perfect for JADED. I wanted to show that you don't have to break the bank to get great results. With well-chosen products, you can get a world class appearance that holds up to anything. The proof is in the car - thousands of hours, pints of blood, many sleepless nights and the passion that we all share in this hobby... the drive to create something that is "our own" is manifested in JADED. I'm very proud of this project, and humbled by the many friends and manufacturers that contributed their energy and time. Now it's time to DRIVE IT! -- Kevin Tetz "Project Jaded" Builders: Kevin Tetz / Bay One Customs

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