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well another month gone by and i still didnt get nothing done... i did manage to get the shocks installed plus dash and related parts, cleaned, sanded, and painted on the 51 today.. and a few small parts that you cant notice installed.. now give it a few days before i start on dash wiring, gauges, heater, wipers, e-brake, throttle and various other assorted parts
if you cant run with the big dogs...stay on the porch
Good morning everybody. Kinda rough evening last night, boss called at 9:00 to tell me one of our coworkers had died and he was only 55. Had a diabetic seizure Sunday while fishing, stayed in the hospital til yesterday when they sent him home "healthy" and his neighbor found him dead yesterday evening. We're a close knit group and have worked together 12 years with him, Now there's three of us here and a really somber day.
Chip in Russellville, MO
66 Buick Skylark Special convertible...
1975 F250 4x4
.Project overwhelmation...yes I know it is not a real word, but more a feeling. Thanks Rich
I KNOW Alan has a 5 gallon bucket of paint. I'm sure that would be more than enough to do the truck & Bronco BOTH (& have left over). If I was Rich, I'd be .
Old Rusty '91 F-150, 302, 2WD, E4OD, reg. cab, long bed R.I.P. You was a good truck !!
Bleep '95 Jeep Cherokee. 4.0(?) 6 cyl. Auto., 4WD
BlackBird '86 AMC Eagle wagon. 258 6cyl., auto. 4WD
Pat C. Misery chapter member
Chip sorry to hear about loosing a friend and coworker, hang in there.
I would probably for real shot a guy that messed with my Fords.
I do not want this.....
But would take the arena I am working at, 100x225 and LOTS of room for lots of Fords and a few work shops and a paint booth and a indoor rock pile to crawl on. Here is some of my handy work, the block wall and the fresh sheeting.
It has a 40x40 enclosed shop on concrete and 2 bathrooms.
There is even a Ford truck truck in there, it belongs to a guy in the Army stationed in Germany.
Yea and its for sale....but I would have to move into the camper in the background, lol, or build some kind of dog house to live in.
I would hate to pay to concrete the rest of it to be a proper monster shop. But is has 6" insulation (all walls and ceilings), wired 220, hot and cold running water, all 4 garage doors have auto openers.
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