1968 Plymouth GTX

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 9:21 am
I have been too busy with other things to even look.

The motor for the 2000 Dodge Dakota project finally came back from the machine shop. Started assembling it and found they sent the wrong oil pan gasket and rear main seal. :rolleyes:

In the meantime a guy who goes to our church asked me to paint some fenders for his '59 Harley Davidson. They are sitting in primer now waiting for me to find time to block and finish sand them.

Then there is the house and garage to paint, decks to stain and the list goes on. Might me a couple of months before I get back to this project.

Thanks for the links though. I will try to check them out.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 11:37 am
Ya I too am busy, leaving tomorrow for a work Trip will be gone for a while.
Meanwhile engine for my Vett is done and I don't have time to pick it up from my Machinist. Its all paid for just no time to pick it up.
And I too have to get the other house painted and a lot of other work around this one.
I hate home repair stuff I am good at it just don't like doing it like I used too rather be puttering around shop.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 5:53 pm
Doright wrote: . . . I hate home repair stuff I am good at it just don't like doing it like I used too rather be puttering around shop.


Me too! :splat:
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