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Old 08-15-2014, 04:33 PM
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Looks great Frank. Mine was a long but rewarding build.
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Count this 51 F1 in on your count.
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351C getting it done
Looks like you have power to spare, cool pic.
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Zzmaxx that is one nice panel. Nice Job. What sizes are wheels and tires? tire brand? Wish my 52 was that far along.
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Owned it since 1980, will finish this time around. Just able to post attachments, so working on a build thread.
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