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1951 chevy 1/2 ton pickup update
#1293624 Sat Jan 05 2019 04:49 AM
Joined: Jul 2018
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Southern Soldier
finished the front end sealing this week and ordered another load of parts! hopefully enough to finish the front end and finally start making her look like a truck again!


- The '51 Chevy 3100 Truck with 1,72?,??? + current miles
Re: 1951 chevy 1/2 ton pickup update
Mr. Dane #1293707 Sat Jan 05 2019 09:35 PM
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...one bite at a ttime will git r done. I try to do at least 15 minutes EVERYDAY. Its surprising what even that little time will get done. Thanks for the update. Keep trucking brother.


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Re: 1951 chevy 1/2 ton pickup update
Achipmunk #1294972 Tue Jan 15 2019 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Achipmunk
...one bite at a ttime will git r done. I try to do at least 15 minutes EVERYDAY. Its surprising what even that little time will get done. Thanks for the update. Keep trucking brother.


This is how I explain projects to people too. The simplest explanation is that the project has a total number of hours that need to be put into it, so whether you put 15 minutes or ten hours at a time it all chips away at the total. Of course I have to remind myself of that all the time. 8-)


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