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casper50

1955 Pontiac Chieftain wagon

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Frosty

I'm with JUSTA on this one. It's great to see the progess you are making. I am happy to see you paying so close attention to the little details in addition to the big ones. Keep up the great work.

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SPRINT 6

Very impressive progress. Looks real good. 👍

Did you get the hood latch figured out?

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casper50

Yes I found another wagon that I bought some glass and other parts from.  It doesn't have the slot either.  I have no idea why both my wagon and parts cars have been sliced.  Will weld it up.

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Last Indian

Looking really sharpe Mike! Really starting to take shape.

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casper50

This is the stage where you see real progress and it's getting close to the end.

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Frosty

That’s the way to do it, one thing at a time,

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JUSTA6

Very nice!!!

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Frosty

Those seats will look killer in the car casper50. I'll bet you are getting real anxious now that you are seeing substantial progress.

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casper50

The best part of redoing a vehicle is the coming together stage.

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indymanjoe
On 11/21/2019 at 10:29 AM, casper50 said:

The headliner is in.  Took about 10 hours messing around with it to get it to look decent.

 

 

Time well spent and the end result is perfect! Well done sir!

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