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I Work For An Outfit That Builds New & Repairs Used Wreckers, Rollbacks, Etc. We Have About Six Projects Underway Right Now, And I'm The One Who Gets To Make Sure We Have All The Parts & Supplies For The Builds, Etc. Plus I Sell The Accessories (chains, Straps, Cables, Etc. Out The Front Door And I Also Sell Online & On Ebay. Oh Yeah, I Get To Answer The Phones And Direct The Calls To Whomever. Interesting A Lot Of The Time, But Seems Like It Is Always Hectic.
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Saturday I coulnt find a 1/4 inch ratchet,found 5 of them today!
LOL, I had about TEN packs of steel wool with ONE piece gone from each one!

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I got out there working on the Gran Sport again tonight, things are going smooth and it won't be long now!

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Smoothed up the trunk on my hot rod.

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It looks great but isn't that prop going to get in the way when you close it? You may not be able to put an ice box in there without it hitting it.

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No when its scirrors shut its only half the length and theres nothing back theres besides fuel cell and theres plenty room next to it for stroage.
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Yeah cool, I was just picturing my SHO which has hinges that come down way too far and you THINK you have a bunch of room and then find out that half the trunk is taken up by the hinges.

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shovel snow, take wife to work, shovel snow, work on RH rocker on 37, shovel snow, post here
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Well I looked out at the snow..tried out the 4x4 in the new rig..worked on a bed frame and did some design work..

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A SMALL BIT ON "THE PROJECT"

Pulled The Ladder Bars Off To Prep & Paint. Raised Engine/tranny To Mock Up Engine Mount Bottom Plates. Started On Floor Patterns With Cardboard For General Ideas. Hopefully Will Get To A Lot More This Wkend. Speed Shop Is Supposed To Have The Correct Bolt On Disc Rotors For The Rear End, (has Old Drag Back Half With What Looks Like Gm Single Calipers). Need To Finalize Plan For Mounting Fuel Cell & Battery Box At Rear Behind Tubs.
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Bought a radio to put in the 67 Camaro n got into another fabrication deal to mount it!
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Got a fender on, WHOO HOOO! I am so friggin thrilled seeing that sucker back on, I am rocking baby, I am rocking.

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I got a little more planishing and clean up of the welds done on my hood fill in.
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I got a little more planishing and clean up of the welds done on my hood fill in.

What are you doing to the hood? Are we talking repairing dents or are you filling holes or something?

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