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Here is a link to some photos of how my fastback's looking now. As I said in the earlier post, I'm happy! /forums/images/icons/smile.gif

http://www.tucsonpony.com/Troubleexterior3


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Laurie, all I can say is WOW! That's gonna be a great looking and great running car when it's done. You do some fine work! Keep us posted.
 

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Gives me goose bumps!!! I cant wait to be that far, just need to get the mechanics part of my project out of the way first.
 

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Thanks, it was really great to see the car with all the body parts on it, even if it's just temporary. Next weekend, we're hoping to get it down off the jacks so we can move it outside. Then I can get much better photos. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
 

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It's pretty comfy but I rarely use it, Chuck does. For some reason I get a little claustrophobic with my face right under the chassis (never happens anywhere else). I'm used to just sliding under and lying on the pavement. Guess it's my archaeology background--have to get down and dirty. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
 

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Why Laurie, it almost looks like....well....A CAR! I was beginning to wonder if Trouble was actually a fantasy, you know, sort of like a mechanical version of Moped Boy. Its nice to see your progress....
 
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