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SWMBO Says "Good signs:
I'm starting to look at my car mags.
I made her pull into Otto's Wheels (Vintage Dealer)
I'm actually talking about what to do first on the Mustangs."



Our house is close enough to finished to take a break.
http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/forums...;page=0#1342428
Although houses are like mustangs, even new ones aren't finished.

I never really worked on the cars all last year. We only went to two shows and left early. The inspections expired on two of them so they just sat. Not for lack of love but because of priorities.
This summer will be different I told them (looking over my shoulder to make sure no one saw me talking to my Mustangs).

Finally having a garage at home will make a big difference.
My quality of life just went up.


I'm back and boooy does it feeel goood.

Dan
 

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Welcome back :)
I totally understand the other "priorities" thing...
Been there, done that!

House looks great, congrats!
 

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Hi Dan,

I wondered where you went. Remember me, I bought your green 67 convertible. Good to see you're getting back into the hobby. I have been waiting to see your Shelby convertible clone get finished.
 

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Hey Dave!

Good to hear from you.
Finishing the Clone Vert tops the list. I want to have it done this summer.
It's ready for the drive train. I want to plumb the brakes first while the drivetrain's still out.

I'm really itchin' to get grease on my hands instead of stain.

Dan
 

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Nice house !
 
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