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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Severson View Post
    Yeah, well they're probably getting a lynch mob together to come hunt us down!!!!
    Lynch mob??? They'll have to catch us first!! Maybe I better get a big block?!?!?!

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    And today began "DE"construction.. here's a couple pics.
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    And after a couple hours, it looks like this..
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    Might as well share a couple other projects while I'm at it! The red one is a 47 IH "A", the little green one is also a 47 Fairbanks Morse 2 HP and it drives the 1904 reciprocal saw.
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    Kewl shots, 34! Spent a lot of hours on one of those little red IH tractors when I was a kid! Dad had one, used it for mowing and raking hay, cultivating corn, etc! The picture of yours brings back a lot of memories!!!!!!!!
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    very nice saw .guy up front had one abit newer had a brass tag on it that said Holley like number 20 on it . may of went to the scrap yard.i should of spoke up on it
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    Hey Mike, is that your red pickup, too??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Severson View Post
    Kewl shots, 34! Spent a lot of hours on one of those little red IH tractors when I was a kid! Dad had one, used it for mowing and raking hay, cultivating corn, etc! The picture of yours brings back a lot of memories!!!!!!!!
    I grew up on that very tractor so it'll never leave the farm as long as I am alive! Same as you, plowing /cultivating/pullin' harrows etc. etc. etc...

    Quote Originally Posted by pat mccarthy View Post
    very nice saw .guy up front had one abit newer had a brass tag on it that said Holley like number 20 on it . may of went to the scrap yard.i should of spoke up on it
    I'd like to find another! I know there was a smaller version of this saw but I haven't found one ... YET!..

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    Hey Mike, is that your red pickup, too??
    No, that's my uncles, it's a 48 with a 302 / AOD. It's ok.. he drives the snot out of it and it shows. A couple years back he sent it to a "guy" and they painted it. BUT, it looks awful!!! I want to re-do it but he figures I'm to picky!!! He says if I start to do it then I'll tie it up all summer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post

    No, that's my uncles, it's a 48 with a 302 / AOD. It's ok.. he drives the snot out of it and it shows. A couple years back he sent it to a "guy" and they painted it. BUT, it looks awful!!! I want to re-do it but he figures I'm to picky!!! He says if I start to do it then I'll tie it up all summer!
    Even with a crappy paint job it makes a nice back drop for your '34.
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    So I finished "De-construction" and have begun... cleanup I guess I'll call it. I started to do the cut and buff on the firewall that I couldn't reach with the motor in the way.. already "broke through" the paint so some touchup is now in my future.

    This morning I dropped off the headers at UPS for shipment to Jet Hot for coating. With the good referrals and warranty.. I figure now is the time to make it happen and it should be a LOT better than wrapping!

    So nothing exciting to post. Just sanding... and sanding... and sanding.. I hate sanding!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    So I finished "De-construction" and have begun... cleanup I guess I'll call it.
    So nothing exciting to post. Just sanding... and sanding... and sanding.. I hate sanding!
    Hmmm, same thing going on at my garage on the pickup.....sanding... and sanding.... and sanding.... I hate sanding too!!!! Just wanted to let you know that you're not alone in the misery of sanding!!!!!
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    While you guys are complaining about sanding I can only wish that mine was at the sanding stage......
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyr View Post
    While you guys are complaining about sanding I can only wish that mine was at the sanding stage......
    Heck, easy to figure that one out Randy!!! You're like me, too dang many projects going on at once!!!!! I think it's some sort of disease, been doing things that way for 40+ years now and there just doesn't seem to be a cure!!!!!!
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    It sure is nice to sit here with a smirk about my car - but then there are the 'honey-do's' . The @#$% kitchen - needs a new patio door, counter tops, floor and work lights followed by a new tub and surround in the main bathroom. THEN, I get to take the engine in the '31 apart and fix the strange clunking noises. Too many relatives over the past couple of weeks plus a mega bad head cold/flu that have slowed any forward progress.

    Now, Mike, about those missing photos of your 'pain' .......
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    Quote Originally Posted by IC2 View Post

    Now, Mike, about those missing photos of your 'pain' .......
    Thanks for stating the "obvious" Dave, so I didn't have to.....
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