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front fenders installed!

Frank the bodyman came to my garage today, we installed the front fenders ......it's starting to look like a car!



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that car is simply a work of mechanical art E...getting close.....

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Doin a lil fender adjusting myself.. what a pain in the tush. YOURS looks great!!!

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Thanks gents....the back bumper is giving me a hard time.....



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looks great eric, i hope to stop by soon when richie is there
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Perry, I think Richie will be at my house Wednesday after work.....you are welcome to attend! I heard your short block is almost done!!! eric



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Man that thing is looking good! hey Eric on a weird side note what kind of floor do you have on your garage? that looks nice.
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Looking good E! Cruising season is upon us, looks like you're close. Have you fired the motor in the car yet??




What are you gonna do for a hood?
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Man that thing is looking good! hey Eric on a weird side note what kind of floor do you have on your garage? that looks nice.
The floor was done by GarageTek: Garage Storage, Garage Organization, Garage Organizers, Garage and Storage System, Garage Store It is a "polyespartic resin" very nice and durable. Thank you for the compliment! Eric



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Looking good E! Cruising season is upon us, looks like you're close. Have you fired the motor in the car yet??




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Alky, The motor will be fired in the car , hopefully , by this weekend.....as for the hood. I am going to modify (cut a big hole in) a 67 LeMans hood.



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