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#698489 - Fri Nov 26 2010 12:53 PM Re: 37 chevy pu [Re: AUWING]
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krt, sounds like what I started with. BUt hey, no one knows I have fiberglass fenders and running boards...and a completely new bed assembly (back in 1998) Fix it and drive it. No regrets on this end. Use what you have and stovebolters will help you through it all smile

EDIT: well, I guess everyone knows now don't they?..... but please don't tell anyone else!


Edited by Achipmunk (Fri Nov 26 2010 12:54 PM)
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