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Back in the shop after being real sick.

As you all well know I have not been feeling very well these past few months, a battle with a rare form of brain cancer has had me pretty ill, and my buddy Joe was down here to my place Monday and saw the sick Bleddyn.

More like Death warmed over huh Joe...LOL

I have fallen way behind scedule on my projects and have been plain miserable not being able to get into the shop and do something, anything...LOL

Last night for the first time in months I got a refreshing burst of energy and went to work in the shop.

I was in Mutt Heaven to be honest...LOL

I pulled the wire harness, master cylinder and a few other odds and ends from the Jeep Cherokkee, and then went to work on the demil M151A1 I bought in Tulsa when Joe took me to pick the Mutt's up.

I removed the hood and some other parts and was just besides my self with Joy...LOL

Today I woke up and felt great and went right to work breaking spot welds to remove the floors and other parts to give to Nate to place in his 1960 M151.

I am sorry if I have been cranky to anyone as of late, I know I bitched at Joe one day and just apoligized to him...LOL

Anyway here are some pictures of the progress I made last night and today.


Clutch coolent cylinder or whatever it's called...LOL

Master Cylinder
( A Mutt with Power Brakes OH MY...LOL

The computer, it's for sale cheap if someone needs one by the way...LOL

The Demil M151A1, anyone need a good fender for a A1???

Nate's New floors, aren't these sweet???

Oh yeah the wire harness for the M151-LC
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