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    Nice work! Going to be a unique ride when it's complete!
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    Great work! It is looking very nice!
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    Crikey but you've certainly made progress.
    It's bloody gorgeous!
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    Thanks fellas. The progress takes on much more significance when you know that I have moderately severe brain damage (TBI) sustained in combat. It presents as an inability to learn new stuff. Can't retain the info. So, everything I knew before the injuries I still mostly know. But I didn't know how to correctly apply paint. I had to read up and practice, and relearn 100% every morning, and then spray. I relearned 14 times. Not done yet. I ran out of warm weather and need to wet sand, block and spray clear. Same deal with building the transmission. never did it before so I had to relearn 9 days in a row. It goes on...lol. But, not gonna let it beat me. So.
    Build it like you want to, drive it like you stole it!

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    Very subtle and quite innovative, I doubt Georg Barris could have done it better.
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    Wow! That's high praise.. Thank you.
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    Very nice work, coming from a Italian background, I love the Ferrari gauges!
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