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Old 03-11-2014, 12:39 PM
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That looks great, congratulations! So what's next?
Next??? College saving for the kids (3 of them ages 5 , 1, and one on the way).

This project will be the last for awhile as I am running out of places to keep them. I've got 6 now with addition of the Ford pickup so I need to hold-off. So for now I will satify my fix with other people's projects.

Just in case your wondering, My others (automotive babies) are (as you can see I am not Brand loyal, I buy what I like):
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Gor the door art done. It came out awesome. Liza is a pro!
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I can't beleive she painted that from scratch...that is so far out of my wheel-house...Glad there are people out there with these kinds of skills.
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Nicely done and great theme. What electric windows and connectors did you use? and the locks?

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Great job, one of the best F1's out there if not the best.

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