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Old 11-05-2017, 09:26 PM
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i finely got my catch up job out so we fired up the 53 and moved it into it's winter home. going to start on it at last. been so long I forgot were most of the parts I have gathered for it are. we parked it over across the street late spring all we had to do was prime it a couple time and it was running. be happy to get it out and back to looking good. hope to show it off at the 19 meet.
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Old 11-05-2017, 10:36 PM
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I am excited to see that old Pontiac being restored. It has waited long enough, but she is in good hands.
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Old 11-05-2017, 10:59 PM
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I am still pushing for skirts!
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Ed, I echo Bill. While all of your projects are wonderful to watch evolve, I am particularly looking forward to your Pontiac. A classic.
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Now that my Lifeliner is gone my Pontiac is next as well. Engine work starting in December.
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You come up needing anything I know were at least 3 with compleat drive trains are sitting. But now skirts that was a high dollar option. As was Ang color but black. Armbruster would charge you 75 bucks extra for another color. Man has to make some choices different color or tunnel lights. This is still the only one I have seen with a hainging streacher option.
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Ed, I guess this means my flower car will have to wait another year..??
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at least. but the good news is the 67 is done
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Glad 67 has returned to its former glory..Am so excited for my flower car to be front line again....
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