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Old 06-09-2011, 03:45 PM
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ED asked me to post these pics. of the repair work he did on the his fenders GREAT JOB ED !!!!
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Old 06-09-2011, 03:48 PM
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. . . . WOW ! ! !

That work is beautiful ! ! !

Nice one Ed

I'm a time served and qualified body worker with over 30 years experience, its great to see such a lovely bit of craftmanship these days - Lovely...
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My eyes arnt what they yousta be, but I cant see the repair.. nice work .This hobbie is not only saving old trucks, but it is also saving lost or maybe i should say fadeing arts, and skills that otherwise would be lost along with the trucks. Thanks guys for passing some of them down to Me and so many others.
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Hey Ed, what's your address? I have a few fenders to send to you.
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That work took a long time to complete. I still have more on the truck to complete. Will keep you posted when a job is done. Thanks guys
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52 5 star, Looks great.... Makes me want to try to do some of my own repair...
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