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Old 03-12-2009   #81
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Here's the pics from today









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Thats really cool but will it fit out the door?
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Old 03-13-2009   #83
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Thats really cool but will it fit out the door?
If it fit in it will fit out.

Todd, looks really good, once you get the front doved and the fenders trimmed she'll be ready for some new meats!
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If it fit in it will fit out.

Todd, looks really good, once you get the front doved and the fenders trimmed she'll be ready for some new meats!
im not sure about the front yet... you might have to come help me drink some beer
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do you need some sheet metal for the lower part of the rear cab or are you keeping it open. i have some sheets of 18Ga that are used for steel drums they are like 35x48 i think
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do you need some sheet metal for the lower part of the rear cab or are you keeping it open. i have some sheets of 18Ga that are used for steel drums they are like 35x48 i think
im going to do a half wall up to the bed rail height.

i have some i got for the floors that i think is 14ga but 18ga would be lighter it may be better to use for that
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just let me know when you need it
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Well I need my garage so Todd needs to get paint on that thing , and get'r goin
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Old 03-18-2009   #89
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it was in the 70's yesterday so i tossed the tsl's on and took it for a ride around the neighborhood








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looks good. what are you going to do with the rear wheel well opening? i think you should cut it out and move it back and up to keep the original lines.
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