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To 1934-35 and 1936 GM Truck Customers

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#329212 - Wed Feb 28 2007 03:01 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Rusty Rod Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 08 2002 12:00 PM
Posts: 13798
Loc: Fallbrook, California
I fail to see the value added for working all night and sleeping all day, but it's your project to complete as you see fit...
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#329213 - Wed Feb 28 2007 03:20 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
sablesurfer Offline
Wrench Fetcher
Registered: Wed Jan 24 2007 12:00 PM
Posts: 296
Loc: Kansas City
LOL....Builder, as a newbie to this stuff...I am noticing that these trucks seem to create some kind of addiction.

Why only this past week a whole Sat and Sun dissappeared and resulted in parts all over my garage.

Missing time and OCD behaviors are a sign of addiction.... cool

But then the longer you take to get yours running, the more time I have to try to get mine ready to meet you in Topeka. (But mine may take longer... :confused:
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#329214 - Wed Feb 28 2007 05:39 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Peggy M Offline
Worker Bee
Registered: Tue Apr 06 2004 12:00 PM
Posts: 5865
Loc: Stovebolt Headquarters
Trust me ... it is an addiction. John has been out in the garage every evening since he's gotten his engine back. It seems like a new box of something comes in every day. But ... I don't have to make any dinner smile and I figure let him work out there until it gets dark. After all, it's been a long time he's been waiting to put that 1.5-ton back together. The man is on a roll.

So, it's probably the same for Builder. Plus, I'm guessing he's a "night person." Once he gets cranking, he doesn't want to stop ... until he drops. My behavior is just the opposite -- I can't sleep if I've got something "hot" to do in here. So, I'll get up at midnight and just stay on it and welcome the dawn. I usually sleep great the next night.

We'll need to get Carl to take a picture of Steve all sprawled out on the floor. I have a great photo of "shop 'til you drop" where they are dragging a lady down the isle of a store, junk clenched in her fists. I'm sure we can get one of Steve like that. The title would still fit grin

Perhaps cover him in my rags, if they ever show up. (sigh)

Peg
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#329215 - Wed Feb 28 2007 06:06 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Peggy M Offline
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Registered: Tue Apr 06 2004 12:00 PM
Posts: 5865
Loc: Stovebolt Headquarters
I\'ve resized the pictures from Day 6. As you can see, some have names (those are the ones I did) and as you can tell, I only can identify one item in the batch :rolleyes:

But at least they are smaller!

Peg
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#329216 - Wed Feb 28 2007 08:35 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
colettesbro Offline
Shop Shark
Registered: Sun Mar 05 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 1890
Loc: Owatonna, Minnesota MN
Peggy, I like your naming convention...
roundthing,
something,
...
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#329217 - Wed Feb 28 2007 08:56 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Beaver 53 Offline
Shop Shark
Registered: Sat Mar 25 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 630
Loc: Azle Texas
Peggy I don't know if you have ever meat Builder, but let me say the meeting at the Walmart in Decater was a joy for me. I'm like a kid with a new toy in watching the progress of Builder on a dayley bases. I check the bolt forum at morning noon and night to see whats going on.Cleatis Joker and Chester and I could not wait to meet this guy. He's a real inspiration of what the bolts really represent. Builder you should post those picks of the bolters that welcomed you to Texas that you took Sat in the parking lot of Walmart so the rest of the world will know who is behind you.
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#329218 - Thu Mar 01 2007 06:56 AM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Peggy M Offline
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Registered: Tue Apr 06 2004 12:00 PM
Posts: 5865
Loc: Stovebolt Headquarters
colettesbro, :rolleyes: I was HOPING they would be something I recognized. The one I marked "arm" John told me what it was last night, but I've already forgotten.

Beav, No I haven't met Builder. We've talked on the phone quite a few times as we were setting up the forum for him. He sounds like a super nice guy and obviously a hard-charger. I like his approach to doing all this.

I'd say he's got to be a good motivator.

Peg
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#329219 - Thu Mar 01 2007 10:56 AM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
colettesbro Offline
Shop Shark
Registered: Sun Mar 05 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 1890
Loc: Owatonna, Minnesota MN
Beav,

I also check the bolt 2 or 3 times a day to see how Builder is doing. I suspect many, many others (including guests) are watching Builder's progress as well.

This was a great idea by Peggy to put this together for the rest of us. Esp'ly for those of us under a foot of snow right now.

Thanks
Brian
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"buy whatever you want"!
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1961 Chevy Apache 10 Restoration Photo Album
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in the Gallery ...
My 1961 Chevy Custom Apache 10 SWB
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#329220 - Thu Mar 01 2007 01:34 PM Re: Count Up - Day 6 - Draggin' Butt
Rusty Rod Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 08 2002 12:00 PM
Posts: 13798
Loc: Fallbrook, California
someting looks like a gas tank.
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Foreign cars are un American.
Real Trucks Rattle
HELP! The Paranoids are after me!
1939 Chevy Longbed: The Ox
1936 International 1/2-ton: The Binder direct link to paypal
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