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Just don't try the bear community in that case. Wrong place. ;)
Wow Matt, that's a lot of work you did there. Looking good, look forward to seeing this one finished. I like the choice of induction you are going to use, and I LOVE those wheels, one of the first aftermarket wheels I ever liked, I actually have a set off my friends Super Bee that are painted a dark grey. Let me know if you can't find any for yours.
Matt, I had no clue how much work you personally did to the car. I am actually kind of blwn away by it.
Wood. Metal. You are a true hands on guy.
The car will be awesome with or without A/C.
I enjoyed the hell out of the serious metal work that was needed on that car and would do it again.
sounds like quite the jigsaw puzzle. congrats on saving it
Wow.... The dog is looking like it will live. Thanks for posting these, Matt.
This is the first time I have heard its rich heritage. This has turned from nice to hmmm this is awesome.
Really nice work, and a great car as well. Love that paint scheme.
Here's a before pic on the day I took delivery.
I would have drove it:3gears:
And here it was some time later after a quick weight loss program.
Wow Matt, that major metal work look awesome! Great skills you are showing there!
Here's the replacement section being moved into place.
It all started when you went to replace a brake line. Lol
Wow amazing work. I thought Nick was the only one who did that much metal work on their car. You didn't do it in your backyard though under a tent.
Here are a few more after the new rear clip.
All I can say after looking at all this is WOW !!!!!!! ccasion14:
That's all that can be said
WOW, you are dedicated! I really like the LL1 turquoise glad it will be a different color than the usual Big 3.