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Old 01-16-2014, 09:16 AM
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Great job! Driving these old cars and trucks is what it is all about, nothing better than driving something you actually put together with your own hands.
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Great report. Nothing better than that first drive when all goes well.
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Congrats on the build... Nice to have another one on the road again!
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nice job and a lot to get done in 2 years. like the look.
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You do good work Dave. Congrats on the major milestone.

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I think it looks like crap and ya should do it over. jk

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Thanks all (even AYB)! I hadn't really set the deadline until late fall when I looked at it and figured if I just focused, I could get most of the things holding me up completed. The Superbowl anniversary seemed like a reasonable milemarker and attainable if I kept at it.

Ben, the seat is out of a Honda Passport/Isuzu Rodeo, with the base brackets off of a Chrysler minivan.

Still several things to go, but I will get to drive it in between working on them.

Thanks again for the support.

Heck, if I can do it, you all can get yours done in no time.

Now, get back into the garage/shop/driveway, and keep moving forward!!
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Very nice! I hope to have the same feeling sometime in the near future. I thought I would have mine done over a year ago but work got in the way. Being self employed isn't always the greatest thing...
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