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Thanks, I'll definately keep the c-body-family informed
It looks like a lot of work, but I'm sure it's worth to be saved.
Also good luck for the moment you tell your wife
I'm looking forward to seeing you and the cop car in Herten or at another meeting!
Thanks Jörg! One step after another: I will be reliefed if the car finally arrives here...bringing it to MoparNationals in Herten is a long way to go.
Hopefully the body is solid, so the bodyman can put paint on soon...then the car is still a Flintstone-mobile with no drivetrain in.
But before Herten, I think we meet at RoadStop regulars table in October. Really looking forward.
BTW: first part sourced and payed - a new dash.
Yes, you are right, October is near. The RoadStop is a good place to update our projects ;)
Here is the best place to find the parts you need
october won't work as you will be in Belgium :-9
Oups, how can I solve this problem.
Maybe a little detour via Essen on the way back?
Congratulations mate. Great to see it saved.
Thanks, mate! Good to see MOPAR represented Downunder!
Nice catch! It's obvious now why you need a passenger door...
Thanks, Wishnu, we`ll keeping contact via email.
Maybe you could tell her you recently sold a car to me and one to another person on this site who shall remain nameless. Swapping 2 for 1 isn't a bad improvement, right!!??