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Well I think spring is finally here! Its been warm for a few days now and I am starting to go through my stang parts to see what I can start working on. We have a chance for more snow flurries in the next few days. Its odd reading about the shows etc down south when up here things are just getting started. Can't wait to dive right into the floor pans and quarters. It sure would be nice to be able to get out to the corn fest. Sorry for the rambling, I've been sort of hibernating for a bit and am getting excited about starting the restoration again!
 
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Yeeee-Haaaa!!! Good luck on your project!!! Post some pics of your progress!! Thanks!!

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Welcome home. While it hasn't exactly been a warm spring for us in San Diego, I wouldn't trade!!!!


You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me!!!
66 200 3-spd Coupe - emberglo, daily driver
65 289 4-spd Conv - Rangoon Red (what else)
66 Shelby - Red and Ready to be Restored
 
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I hear ya! It was an excellent winter, but I am ready to get things started again out in the driveway (cant wait to get that sandblaster going). I havent been doing a whole lot to it this past winter.

I would have to say that every time I put a fresh piece of sheet metal or restored part back on it gives me a great feeling of accomplishment. One less thing in the parts room and one more thing on the car.

Woodman

67 coupe - 302 4V, C4, Versailles 9"
 
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