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Old 03-20-2010
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fuckn sweet restore my man, real fuckn nice!!!! wow, looks like ya just bought it!!!!
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That really is a nice job. How long did it take you? Did you media blast the chassis and pan?
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AMAZING!!! Nice job, doc! I wish I had the patience to do resto's like that. Kudos to you.
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WOW!!! looks better than new.... amazing resto.... congrats.
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And I thought it was beyond from the first pics. there is some well spent time it that project!
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it only took about 5 weeks from start to finish. i had about 3 donor sleds for parts so that made things easier. the bulkhead and tunnel were never separated, hand sanded most of the bulkhead, some wire wheeling. this was my third exciter resto.[IMG][/IMG]

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Reeeeeal nice job. All I can say is fuckn- A+ job!!!!
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thats some amazing work. You have got some great talent in restoration
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