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Old 03-20-2012, 10:26 PM
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Back from paint...

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Accidentally opened door ALL THE WAY into front fender 11 weeks ago. Finally back from paint.

New (old) door from Bob's F-100 and then the local guy (LG's Custom Fab) did all the work (beating down my insurance adjuster to NOT total my truck).

Kept my old glass with bubbles and faded NRA sticker.

Now I just need my knee fixed...
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Old 03-20-2012, 11:02 PM
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Looks great! Nothing says 'old truck' like bubbles in the glass and a faded NRA sticker. Glad you saved them.....
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I am keeping the old school steering and 3 on the tree as long as I can. But the glass has the bubbles, the vent window has the NRA. There is scrape from the wiper on the windshield...

The rest is gonna shine and I am dressing up that 223 a bit.

Surprised after 11 weeks sitting all the fluids were at the top!
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Nice looking truck. Can't believe insur. would want to 'total' that ride.
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I am keeping the old school steering and 3 on the tree as long as I can. But the glass has the bubbles, the vent window has the NRA. There is scrape from the wiper on the windshield...

The rest is gonna shine and I am dressing up that 223 a bit.

Surprised after 11 weeks sitting all the fluids were at the top!
Glad you are gonna work with the 223!
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