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  • There is just something special when all the parts come together and actually fit. It really gets a guy excited and moving a bit faster, or at least it does me. Good Job! Gene

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    • Thanks Gene!

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      My rear fenders had seen better days... but these are fairly hard to find in this neck of the woods.

      Looking on ebuy forget it... stoopid money - IF you see any.


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      Last night called a fellow that I had bought parts from in the past about an hour from the house - turned out he had these available.

      I was glad to drive out to see them and made the purchase. Afterwards we talked life and trucks till dark... "It's all about the journey," he said.

      Couldn't agree more.
      peace ~ rg

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      • This is a great read. Love the fab work. Keep on truck'in!
        https://www.killbillet.com/forum/30s...the-30-chevyMy 1930 Chevy truck build link:

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        • Thanks Old Stuff!

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          Got my newly fabricated drive shaft back from Mark at Greensburg Machine... he killed it - as always.
          peace ~ rg

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