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Old 03-14-2018, 10:10 PM
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we had a great day in westerns SD today so got everthig fired up and moved out of the back so i could finish getting what we needed to sand blasted on the body. the 67 popped right off surprised me. it got a longer drive around the block then the others. it's time to brake down and put new batteries in the limos. we are creeping up to 60,000 on the 86 now. just under 22 on the 75.

one of the goals were to get the openings sand blasted and around the tunnel light. as they are leaded in I didn't want to cut into it the lead striping the roof. the last pictures is GMs seam in the roof. they stamped the roof in two pieces and joined them down the middle.
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Beautiful work. Shaping up to be one fancy rig.
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