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    Did you guys read her shirt. (eye candy). I still don't know what she looks like is she pretty or not HAHA
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    Wow eye candy for sure!
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    Bat,
    your upholstery looks great, the eye candy is a nice touch.
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    He's not bald, he cuts it that way to improve aerodynamics. Probably adds 10 mph top end!
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    Well,we desided the bucket needed a car cover for rain,so I looked into the cost of waterproof cloth,found out it's pretty high cost and if we got a car cover already made for a small car [was about $ 45 from amazon] and just mod by cut and sew it down to fit right,that it would cost less and already have some things like elastice sewed in. I'll post some photos if anyone is interested in hot rod car cover that a bit fanzer then just a trap.
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    I'll bet more than one will be happy to see that.

    Here in Colorado springs covers aren't much of an option, the wind will strip it right off the car.
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    The wind canbe a prob here in Miami Fl. as well,so added tiedown strap and a close fit;
    making custom waterproof car cover? of what?

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    I had not chick in 4 a time,so here a ride in my son's bucket for ya. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TR7EolDC-o
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    Very nice, thanks for sharing it.
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    times 2. That was pretty cool!
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