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Old 03-17-2010, 02:56 PM
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Lets see your truck RIGHT now

Go and take a picture of your truck, exactly how it is right now, if the hoods up, leave if, if it's covered in dust or snow, leave it. Don't change anything, just take a picture today of exactly how it is. I think it would make the projects seem a lot more real to see them exactly how they are in progress rather than at a certain stage or set up for a photoshoot.

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Still a long ways to go for me, not so much fun working on the street, espcially one of the most busy in a small town (where no one has anything else to do but watch you work), lol
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Can't get the image larger. Finished the cut in painting last month. I will be putting the front cap back on soon.
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This is how mine has looked for about the last 2 years.

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Hasn't changed any since this picture, we had pulled it out of the shop to clean up the place.


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OK, so this is going to be embarassing.....

I did like you said, I went out and took a pic without doing a thing. My truck is buried in the mess of my garage. I've been buys with other projects and the poor truck has been neglected (apparently so has cleaning the garage)

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Mine is in the shop, hood off, fresh built 322" Nailhead and T5 installed.
9" ford Rear end going in next, then back on the road.
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Just about ready to remove the body and start restoring the chassis.
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What a GREAT idea. can't wait to see everyone's ride
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Great idea! I will get some pics this weekend and toss em up. Besides, I want Stephen to see how PERFECT my bed would look on his truck before I cut this thing up! The patina matches and everything!
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unfortunately mine has has not changed in several months, hopefully that will change very soon. I'm just waiting on classic haulers for ubolts.
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