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Thanks to the generosity of truckdog I was able to add working cowl vent to my brothers 50 F1. The one in it was junk painted to look nice. Still waiting for some paint on the lid, but otherwise installed and works perfect. Thanks again truckdog.
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Nice....very nice!
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Thanks for the kind remarks. My brother likes em stock, I like em hot.
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Glad to help, and glad it went together cleanly. Both are great looking trucks. Stu
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I guess that makes you the black sheep of the family??
Well. Dad certainly like em stock also. As he aged [passed this year at 94] and I would do his lawn, house repairs, etc., if I would drive my 53 or my 46 coupe over there he on occasion he might get in and set down. He always commented that they were too low.
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Thanks for the kind remarks. My brother likes em stock, I like em hot.
I like `em hot too, your`s looks smokin`!
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looks great. lovin the 2-tone
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