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v8tvfarmgirl #369428 Sat Feb 02 2008 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted by v8tvfarmgirl
Hey everyone!

This is definitely NOT glamorous work!



I defintely hear ya. I think there is a pic running around somewhere with me scraping grease off the upper-control arms of my 66 (at 2am no less).

Its so much fun though!!


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Lori66 #369847 Sun Feb 03 2008 11:55 AM
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Kelle, Just watched number 5 Blog. I had to laugh because the more we look into the trucks the more things we find that really should be taken care of. In this case your brake lines and all that stuff for bleeding them . Keep it up, your going along pretty fast.

Joy #369886 Sun Feb 03 2008 04:01 PM
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Love your videos, Kelle. Keep up the good work!!

Joy #370181 Mon Feb 04 2008 04:43 AM
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Joy, it helps that I get to put long days into working on the truck while I'm at the V8TV shop managing the guys working on the other project cars. If I had to do it after work, or just on weekends, it would take forever. Thanks for the support. I made a list of things to do this week and dang, its longer than I wanted it to be. Getting ready to do the 12 volt conversion, I don't know much about electrical at all. My knowledge comes from me being the only one in the shop that fits under the dash. The guys yell colors like (connect the yellow wire coming from the firewall hole to the red wire hanging in your face).
This conversion doesn't sound to hard, but I'm not looking forward to it. Wish me luck.


You can take the girl off the farm, but you can't take the animals out of her truck.
Watch the build of my 1954 Chevy at www.v8tvshow.com
coach-frank #370184 Mon Feb 04 2008 04:45 AM
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Your 53 is such a beautiful truck. I really like everything about it and all your hard work really shows. Great build.


You can take the girl off the farm, but you can't take the animals out of her truck.
Watch the build of my 1954 Chevy at www.v8tvshow.com
v8tvfarmgirl #374751 Wed Feb 13 2008 11:48 AM
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Looking good. But I did understand it perfectly. It was too insteresting to be wah wah wah! ;-)

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