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You're moving right along.

If you're looking for another project, why wait for your son? I can always trailer the 51 Panel down to you.

The panel with the Flathead V8???
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The panel with the Flathead V8???
Yup. Plan is to put in a 3" drop axle, 9" rear end, go through the electrical, brakes, fuel system, engine and fix up the interior. Also working on a replacement front clip and body work would come later.
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