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#525509 Tue Apr 07 2009 12:00 AM
Joined: Dec 2008
Posts: 23
fire12 Offline OP
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Well this is my first project in a long time hope I didn't bite of too much. Well we found this old girl on ebay for $400.00 so we bought it drove 9 hours to get it then to turn around and come home in a snow storm. The van was 1st owned by a T.V. repair shop in Minn.,then it was sold to a dairy farm and the last time it was drove was 1969 after that it has been in the junk yard where we bought it from. Thanks Jeff Strabuck,Baroda,michigan 49101 269-876-0173 heres the link for all our pictures

Last edited by J Lucas; Fri May 01 2009 05:21 AM.
Joined: Dec 2001
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Nice find. Beneath all the "coloration" it appears to have weathered the weather quite well. I see you have already got a good start on it. Good luck and keep us posted. Nice to see more panel guys!

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