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Old 07-07-2013, 06:09 PM
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Some Progress FINALLY

So—after 5 months of tearing down, cleaning, rebuilding and parts buying, I’m finally doing things that show progress. For months, everything I did looked like the previous days work. Building it up is much more rewarding than tearing it down and cleaning.
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very nice build you got going. it will always seem your not moving ahead. until you sit you butt and go for that shake down around the block or two.
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Really like your brakes and wheels. Those look like mine (Billet Specialties Fast Lanes), only larger. Can't wait to see more!
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Looking good!
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very nice build you got going. it will always seem your not moving ahead. until you sit you butt and go for that shake down around the block or two.
Yea, Killerratrod. That day is so far in the future that I really can't "feel" it yet. Ya Know?

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Really like your brakes and wheels. Those look like mine (Billet Specialties Fast Lanes), only larger. Can't wait to see more!
WOW, nice ride Sedanbob. I really like ur wheels as well. Do they have any offset?
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...WOW, nice ride Sedanbob. I really like ur wheels as well. Do they have any offset?
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Yes, 4" on the fronts and 4 1/4" on the rears. Mine are 15".

That first ride may seem hard to imagine now, but keep working and you'll get there - and it will be worth it!
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It's a shame to put cover that beautiful work with a body.

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I hear ya MARTINSR. Once the body goes on you wont see anything except wheels & brakes.
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I hear ya MARTINSR. Once the body goes on you wont see anything except wheels & brakes.
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