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incase any of you wondered where my name came from

This pic is older but i had to scan it for a friend of my dads. So i figureed i would post it on here. Let me know what you all think of her.

Can someone please bring me a hammer my 33's just ate my fender again. Damn i need more lift.
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Is that the front or back Jim?[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img] Did you ever gt the tire problem fixed?


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That would be the back. It would be hard to tell if it wasnt for the red tail lights. No the damn tire still leaks but i havent tried your trick yet. I am just too lazy to take the tire off of the bead. LOL.

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I think you could fit a '58 Jeep in the trunk!

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Now that is Real American Iron! Nice ride...
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Man she is a real beauty did you restore her your self?

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Maybe it restored itself, like Stephen Kings Christine... LOL
except I think that was a plymouth right?

Very nice ride though.
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Maybe your name should have been PONTISAURUS, it looks like it's from the Jurassic era. Well preserved though, how did you get all the tar off it?

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Me, my dad, and a good friend of mine that used to own a bodyshop did the work. Dad and i took her apart. (It took two days to get all the crome off). We did no body work what so ever that is where a bodyman comes in. I did fit the nos quarter to the car though. Luckily my dad bought a quarter for the car about 10 years before we restored it. The right side came from a car out west and was a four door car so it took some work. If i took a 58 jeep apart i bet it would fit. I have fallen asleep in the trunck of that car more then once at a car show. Damn car shows are boring. Thanks everyone for the great responses.

Can someone please bring me a hammer my 33's just ate my fender again. Damn i need more lift.
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