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Old 10-01-2014, 09:33 PM
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Just read through it all and was a great read. Thanks for sharing it all.
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Hey, Pugsy, wake up. You have a car to finish.
Oh, and a Happy New Year to ya.
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Hi John.

Happy New Years to you too.

The car will be on hold for quite a bit longer....
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Over 2-1/2 years..........jeez....what a long break.

PhotoBucket has put the squeeze on a bunch of pics I see.
I edited some already. maybe a bit each day until it's back to how it should be.
Good thing I didn't use them all the way thru as others have.

I'm about 6 months out from resuming. Really getting the eebie jeebies watching everyone else have fun and I'm still stuck working on the darn house build.
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Thanks Jari for all the pics and details, beautiful work.
Now about the house, any before pics and some progress shots. I've also designed a few for others.
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Thanks Jari for all the pics and details, beautiful work.
Now about the house, any before pics and some progress shots. I've also designed a few for others.
Too many pics to post on this thread.
Here's a good read for ya. How much time you got?..ha....

http://www.diychatroom.com/f49/total...storey-276978/
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Great work Pugsy! That frame is cool. its awesome to see all that went into this so far. you are very talented.
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Great work Pugsy! That frame is cool. its awesome to see all that went into this so far. you are very talented.
Thanks.

The chassis is going to scrap. Cannot trust the stainless from work hardening and cracking.
It's not the welds, it's the material itself which cannot be trusted.
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One of the fellas on HR.com photo chopped a pic and added some color and grills.
It's getting my trigger finger itchy after seeing it.


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The same fella did a side view.


I may be back on this project before the end of winter....wa-hoo!!!!!!!!





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