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2126 restoration back in "active" mode.
Just can't stay away
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2015/7/16 14:59
From Pawleys Island, SC
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Had to drop the project on the restoration of 2126 that had been in family for 60 years. Recap....Drove the car in HS and college, parked for 40+ years and numerous attempts to find a good resto shop. The shop it is in presently does great work but not really interested in completing any of the cars they are working on. Doesnt seem to interfere with their billing tho...:(
I,ll have them wrap up the body work and reassembly ((97% complete) then bring it closer to home to finish the details, belt trim, window trim, door catches etc.
They do exceptional work...just can't seem to find a place to stop polishing body panels

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