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Well , a few years have gone by since the last pics , ill health stopped work , now moved
And starting again
nearly there , beginning to think WTF have i done now !!!
Brave man, good luck with the body lift
nearly there , beginning to think WTF have i done now !!! , not got a good record of finishing things .
just building a dolly to lift the body onto
andy although they are fibreglass they are not fecking lite took 6 of us to lift my 62 body off
almost ready to lift the body
Been a while since my last post on the Vette project , decided to take the body off !! , the more i saw , the more rotten i found it , so if yer gonna do it , do it right . Anyone done it ??? advice greatly appriciated . Need the name of a good body shop ,
Yes i do know of a 73 build that may has surplus bits will find out and let you know Andy.
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