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Old 03-02-2013, 04:06 PM
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You miss it?

How do you thing I feel? Starting to get the shakes.....I have about a 2 year home renovation to do before I can get back to it.
Man that sucks, can't even squeeze a few minutes into it? Dang!

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Old 03-02-2013, 04:14 PM
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Man that sucks, can't even squeeze a few minutes into it? Dang!
It's a huge project so not even a few minutes to spare.

I have to knock down the main floor of my bungalow and add two new floors.

I'm doing everything from design to everything inside once the shell is up.
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Old 03-02-2013, 04:48 PM
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You miss it?

How do you thing I feel? Starting to get the shakes.....I have about a 2 year home renovation to do before I can get back to it.
This making a living and keeping the house going is getting in the way of building our cars, this crap has got to stop!

Wouldn't it be nice to be able to work on them everyday?

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Old 03-02-2013, 10:44 PM
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Hey, is my car gonna end up on this thread when I'm done?
Yes but with the qualiyy and thought fit and finish it will ALL be good..
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:17 PM
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Hey, is my car gonna end up on this thread when I'm done?
Are you implying you are going to finish it?
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:39 AM
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Yes but with the qualiyy and thought fit and finish it will ALL be good..

Thanks, I'm always second guessing every time I see a chopped up custom.





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Are you implying you are going to finish it?



I will finish, I just don't know when. I will need it in 9 years when I retire, so lots of time left. The plan was ten years. If I add the renovation of two years, I'm supposed to be done in 2020.

BTW, it looks like you're coming along nicely with your repairs.
Sorry to see the Camino go, but the love affair with a car always ends and it's time for another.
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:31 AM
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Sorry to see the Camino go, but the love affair with a car always ends and it's time for another.
Yep, it may be more heart breaking seeing a car go than a woman, the cool part is with the car you don't have to pay child support or alimony. When my ex-wife left I had to say goodbye to a couple of cars, my 64 Corvette coupe without a doubt, WITHOUT A DOUBT still hurts! Got over the woman leaving a long time ago, but that Vette, it still hurts.

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Yep, it may be more heart breaking seeing a car go than a woman, the cool part is with the car you don't have to pay child support or alimony. When my ex-wife left I had to say goodbye to a couple of cars, my 64 Corvette coupe without a doubt, WITHOUT A DOUBT still hurts! Got over the woman leaving a long time ago, but that Vette, it still hurts.

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Old 03-03-2013, 12:22 PM
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It's a huge project so not even a few minutes to spare.

I have to knock down the main floor of my bungalow and add two new floors.

I'm doing everything from design to everything inside once the shell is up.
Yeah, but what are you going to do next week?

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with 22's and spinners and lets find out...maybe three foot plywood wing will insure you get you here..
come on man... i think i just threw up in my mouth a little
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Well now you've done it. Brian will want that Buick!

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This guy deserves a friggin award! I dig it, crazy, couldn't imagine spending the kind of time on that personally, but damn he deserves credit, very very cool in my opinion.




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This guy needs to have awards taken away from everything else he may ever do that is worth wild. If he built a Riddler quality car I think he should be told he won it, but they stripped it away because of THIS car. He should have simply poured a gallon of gas on it and burnt it to the ground, it would have made a lot more sense.

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Old 03-04-2013, 05:21 PM
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This guy deserves a friggin award! I dig it, crazy, couldn't imagine spending the kind of time on that personally, but damn he deserves credit, very very cool in my opinion.






This guy needs to have awards taken away from everything else he may ever do that is worth wild. If he built a Riddler quality car I think he should be told he won it, but they stripped it away because of THIS car. He should have simply poured a gallon of gas on it and burnt it to the ground, it would have made a lot more sense.

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I was getting a headache looking at that car. If he gets any kind of an award, it could be for "how many ways can you screw up a car?"

I kind of like the mass transit vehicle myself.
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:24 PM
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I told you Brian would go nuts over the Buick!
I'll bet he's thinking about where he can get a boat captains hat!

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