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Old 07-13-2017, 11:15 PM
blainemeyer@hotmail.com blainemeyer@hotmail.com is offline
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Hi, my name is Blaine Meyer and I am currently living in Raleigh NC. Born and raised in NJ and moved south in 2000. I have be working in IT my entire career since graduating college.

My current and only project is the rebuild of a 1969 camaro. I have been collecting parts and working on the car for about 10 year. I am in the putting-back-together phase.

I have done 100% of the work so far and all of my skill are self taught. his is the first project that I have done major sheet metal work like roof skin, quarter panels and mini-tubs.

I have a basic HF bead roller and have experimented a bit. I made 1 panel to close off a hole in the firewall and hope to make a few more custom panels for the interior. I plan to motorize the bead roller and I have a few of the parts like the motor and a switch.
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Old 07-15-2017, 12:08 AM
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Hi, my name is Blaine Meyer and I am currently living in Raleigh NC. Born and raised in NJ and moved south in 2000. I have be working in IT my entire career since graduating college.

My current and only project is the rebuild of a 1969 camaro. I have been collecting parts and working on the car for about 10 year. I am in the putting-back-together phase.

I have done 100% of the work so far and all of my skill are self taught. his is the first project that I have done major sheet metal work like roof skin, quarter panels and mini-tubs.

I have a basic HF bead roller and have experimented a bit. I made 1 panel to close off a hole in the firewall and hope to make a few more custom panels for the interior. I plan to motorize the bead roller and I have a few of the parts like the motor and a switch.
Welcome to the forum, Blaine.
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Old 07-15-2017, 10:49 AM
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Welcome to the forum, Blaine. Great to see another member from the Carolinas.
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Old 07-15-2017, 02:26 PM
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Hi Blaine,
If you ever get to Winston-Salem stop in for a shop tour.
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Old 07-15-2017, 07:56 PM
Peter Tommasini Peter Tommasini is offline
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Hi Blaine welcome to the forum
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