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back to working on my '54 project

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after ignoring my '54 for some time, I'm back to working on it. the tailgate is finished, the small block chevy (sorry) is back from the machine shop and sitting in the frame, the steering column is mounted and hooked up.
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Your tail gate sure is pretty. Are your exhaust manifold ceramic coated or chromed?
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