69 R code project

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  1. Hillbilly

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    Agravating dust, we used to flood the shop floor a few times a day then hit it with a big wet/dry vacume to keep the dust down. Worked very good.
     
  2. Dyno

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    Thanks all !
    Keeping dust down in a body shop is a hard thing to do. Wipe the "mud" on sand it off then polyester then more sanding, prime then more sanding, paint then more sanding. Makes a dusty day for them.
    Guess why I was a mechanic not as much dust but plenty of greasy oily messes. Sometimes seemed hands never got clean.
     
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  3. Dyno

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    Stopped by the body shop Saturday to drop off bumpers and drip rail moldings. So here's a couple pics for ya.
    Picked car up tonight and haven't uploaded the latest pics yet. But damn is she starting to look like something !
     

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  4. handy_andy_cv64

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    I think that's the same shade red as one of the Tonka Ranchero colors....

    Just kidding, it looks great as it comes together! I can only dream of what Babe could become, if funds were available.
     
  5. Dyno

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    Andy the color is definitely unique, Indian Fire wasn't used for very long. It's growing on me!
    Funds available ? The way I'm heading right now on trying to buy the company I work for , Funds will be something other people have. This is becoming a wild ride !

    Anywho here's some more pics as "Pokey" is now home and sporting new shoes ! Reassembly to commence when not interfering with hunting season.
     

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    Looking good Dyno!Drew a buck tag NE Utah,countdown has started...Good luck on your hunt.
     
  7. Dyno

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    Thanks LS. Good luck on the hunt !
    I start in 2 weeks with my Dads special regs hunt (SR Hunter). Pa hunting only for me this year didn't get a draw for gator tags in FLa.
     
  8. PonyExpressRider

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    DAMN!!! I am getting jealous! Looking Good Dyno!

    My Hunt has already started... Drew a Eastern Oregon Muley tag, but Fish and Game offered an opt out due to the fires closed or burnt 2/3 of my unit. So got my points back and have a Western Oregon General Season... add insult to injury. Have friends that had the same Muley hunt... tagged out on day 2, with a nice wide 4x4! UUUHHHGGGG!
     
  9. RancheroRandy

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    Just waiting for the season to open.... deer stand.jpg
     
  10. Dyno

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    Thanks PER.
    Good luck on your hunt.
    Head for cabin after work tomorrow camp work weekend. Here's a pic of my cabin, Ruff-n-It.
    Sounds like we should start a thread on hunting.
     

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  11. PonyExpressRider

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    That's one badass hunting cabin... 2 car garage??? 4x4 and ??? Ferrari??? GEESH! LOL!!!
     
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    Cabin??? Quite the place to "rough" it..!
     
  13. Dyno

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    Hunting cabin, place to live when retirement gets here. The plan is to build a 30 x 40 shed so I have a place to play with toys.
    Saw a Mom-ma bear and 3 cubs on way in last thursday. Hmmm now I feel the need to get a bear skin rug.
     
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    30x40 "Shed"?

    Went down to the planning Department and asked: how big of a shed could I build without a permit? Was told no more then 200 sqft, or 12x16 basically!
    And it would only be considered a "Shed" if it did not have electricity.

    LOL!!!!
     
  15. Dyno

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    Just build it the size ya want, attach the dog on chain. When they ask did ya get a permit for it say, I need a permit for a dog house?
    They don't know what to say to that one !!!!
     
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