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Well this is easier...waiting for this a while!

my most recent project on my '60 F750 was removing all of the spotwelds on the underside of the hood so I could hammer smooth all of the dents on the leading edge, came out very nice.
Next step is to find two cabs to make a crew cab body for it, maybe next year I hope.
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