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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-15-2016 08:28 AM
454 Rattler Hey Eagle Eye, you missed something. Take a look at the date of the thread.

02-15-2016 12:49 AM
Eagle Eye Wow, it's good to hear the insurance companies paying out for once, they usually try and get out of it somehow!
03-05-2003 02:22 AM
Rodrunner The gaterstakes are ready!
03-04-2003 09:51 AM
tm454 WoW! The weekends coming and there's gonna be BBQ Gator tail and Gator kabobs all around!! Go gettum Rodrunner, I'll fire up the grills!


Rat Rods Rule!
03-04-2003 04:26 AM
trees Rodrunner, good job of draining swamp, now go get those 'gators!!!!

03-04-2003 03:18 AM
awsum34 Make sure you kep all the paper work on the 57. $930 dosn't sound like alot of money. If you go over that amount. that the paper work back to the insurance company. they might cut you another check.
03-04-2003 02:56 AM
My flooded garage update

As some of you know my garage was flooded last weekend. My 57 Chevy and my Conversion van were both flooded. My insurance co. supplied me a rental car and just gave me two checks yesterday for the damage. The van they totaled, I kinda knew they would, The 57 wasn't as bad because it was inside the garage and not as much mud got in there. They gave enough to buy another van plus have some left over. they gave me a second check for $930 to get my 57 cleaned up. I'm gonna buy new carpet, clean the seat's myself, And I have a stroker motor I just got out of the machine shop that I think I'll put in it. I need to buy some more stuff for it so I think I'll use some of that money to get some heads and intake and stuff. Nationwide was on my side.

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