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Old 02-16-2006, 12:44 PM
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A roadster pickup update

Hi Guys here's some pics of my pickup. Have an original cowl and making the rest out of aluminium. It is coming on a treat and I am really pleased with it so far, doors are now on. My Father is helping, so I am learning a few new tricks. Hope to drop the engine in next week, whilst Dad designs the front end (He builds race cars). Thanks
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Flyingbrick,

You should start a Project Journal for your build so you can include some technical descriptions of how you are building it. Also, you can then just keep adding new pics/descriptions as you proceed. It's going to be interesting and I'm sure lots of folks would be interesting in following the progress and picking up some pointers.
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