1970 PH29 Sport Fury

Restoration

  1. Rapidtrans777

    Rapidtrans777 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Got home from PA with my project. Got a lot of work to do. Free time is a precious commodity so a year or two and I'm being optimistic. I'll post progress to hopefully keep me on a forward track. 20190330_132809.jpg
    Loaded up for Florida. 20190401_110203.jpg
    Home and unloaded.
     
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  2. Not Right

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    I might as well just come out with it..........I'm just so damn jealous.
     
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    Very nice project car!!!
     
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  4. Barry S

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    Sweet! Looking forward to seeing progress updates and pics!
     
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  5. Newport 66

    Newport 66 Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Did you get the hose in the foreground with the car?....:D
    Congrats on the acquisition, great project!
     
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    CBODY67 Senior Member

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    Nice car project! One HECK uv a place to work on it, too! WOW.

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  7. Rapidtrans777

    Rapidtrans777 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Naw, he'll need it to water in his new grass. His driveway was steep, narrow, and slippery. The a**end off the truck got pushed off the gravel into his yard going down to the road. I had to nail it to keep from jackknifing.