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Old 01-27-2014, 12:34 AM
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Good find, there should some profit in the left overs...
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Good find, there should some profit in the left overs...
That's what I'm hoping for!
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the fuel doors are really slick and would make a fancy filler for your truck
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I may be interested in one of the gas fillers when you are ready to sell...
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If you keep the gas fillers don't forget to cut the recess out of the body also to aid in future use .
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I had to cut out 2" around the filler just to get it out of the car! of course it was a rusted heap that spent its life in the salted, snowy north east
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If you keep the gas fillers don't forget to cut the recess out of the body also to aid in future use .
I'll have to check but the body is pretty rough in that area.
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