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    Had to laugh too about the two most common sentences heard!
    " "No matter where you go, there you are!" Steve.

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    Nice work on the rust repairs. You definitely will have nearly the only one running around when you get it back up and going.
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    Thanks! Yeah, I haven't seen any of the Dodge vans running around here. There's a few Econolines of this era and a Chevy.

    Did some sanding over the weekend; thankfully the metal is fairly decent under all those layers of old paint. I really didn't want to go this far but........
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    Since I'm here I might as well do this.....
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    Lol; there you go! If it hadn’t have had a squeaky door hinge, I ‘d have just drove it like it was.
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    [QUOTE=falconvan;572554] I really didn't want to go this far but......../QUOTE]


    OOOOOOooo, those famous last words!
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    Got another piece made for the floor. Also took some POR-15 and a couple of cans of Eastwood Inner Frame rust encapsulator and treated every nook and cranny in the nose, A pillars, and under the dash.
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    Very Nice work!!!!!!



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    I've NEVER seen a car come from the factory that couldn't be improved.....

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    Much better!
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    Thanks! Got the other step rebuilt today; now I need to change the other wheel arch.
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    Just blame it on the ankle bone.

    You know- it's connected to the shin bone, that's connected to the knee bone: etc
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    Just blame it on the ankle bone.

    You know- it's connected to the shin bone, that's connected to the knee bone: etc
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    Wow, you're really getting after it!
    It's looking good too.

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    Thanks; hoping this will be the Power Tour 2018 ride. We’ll see; lots of body rot to tackle.
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    I haven't decided if I'll go this year yet. I'm guessing it will be an eastern route this time.
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    1968 Corvette Coupe 5.9 Cummins Drag Car 11.43@130mph No stall leaving the line with 1250 rpm's and poor 2.2 60'
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