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Just bumping the thread for an update.
I haven't even pulled it in the shop yet, got busy on a customers project (65 Falcon) and cleaning up this '47 1 ton to see if I am going to sell it or restore it. Sorry for the delay folks. Unfortunately business has to come before my personal projects. But ain't that the way it always is? Hopefully I'll have it inside before the year is over!
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Well the new year is here, and I still haven't gotten it in the shop yet. But I will be moving the '47 1 ton outside soon, as I am going to sell it. Too many projects, not enough time. So the '49 will be coming inside in the next day or two and I'll work on it as time allows. Pics included.
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Well the new year is here, and I still haven't gotten it in the shop yet. But I will be moving the '47 1 ton outside soon, as I am going to sell it. Too many projects, not enough time. So the '49 will be coming inside in the next day or two and I'll work on it as time allows. Pics included.
I hear ya! I was waiting on my radiator re-core, now I've had it for over three weeks and done nothing with it. (other than complain about some dents in the tank)

In my defense, after Christmas I went camping for a week in Minnesota. Now that I'm back maybe I'll get back into the shop.

I need to update the build thread too. So much to do, so little time....
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