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Old 04-11-2015, 08:31 PM
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Only if you don't know what you are doing.... For some people, it's only in the cost of materials...
Yep....like any kind of blue collar job.
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Old 04-11-2015, 08:33 PM
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Only if you don't know what you are doing.... For some people, it's only in the cost of materials...
for what they were going to be doing it has an estimate shop time of 11 days..
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Most likely repairing/retouch will surely be costly.
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Old 06-02-2015, 09:41 PM
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dad fixed it.. he got the paint, the clear and shot the door with it... just havent gotten new pics.. he was "planning" to buff it out when i moved the truck to its current spot.. he doesnt want to work on it there... lol
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Well I've had those days too they suck big time, and Sh*t Happens!! I wanted to do a few things to my 78 but the engine in my 07 Chebby Colorado had taken a dirt nap and I had to put another engine in that, and at the same time my 78 had to have a neutral safety switch put in, and after that I had to have new belts and hoses on my 78. Both trucks being down at the same time really bit the Big One. And to get back and forth to work and school, well it was Mopar or no car, for that time while my trucks were down I had driven my Mom's O4 Chrysler Town and Country minivan, and I'm not a Mopar guy .
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Well I've had those days too they suck big time, and Sh*t Happens!! I wanted to do a few things to my 78 but the engine in my 07 Chebby Colorado had taken a dirt nap and I had to put another engine in that, and at the same time my 78 had to have a neutral safety switch put in, and after that I had to have new belts and hoses on my 78. Both trucks being down at the same time really bit the Big One. And to get back and forth to work and school, well it was Mopar or no car, for that time while my trucks were down I had driven my Mom's O4 Chrysler Town and Country minivan, and I'm not a Mopar guy .

when my truck and mustang were down at the same time i had to drive moms 06 impala Mustang the tranny went out... the trucks blew the head gaskets... got the mustang back on the road... now im trying to fix the truck same time im modifying it lol...
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