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    Happy Thanksgiving to all! I’m staying home to puppysit while Mrs. Lucky goes to her relatives today. The new Lab pup and I will be in the garage all day. Darn the luck. I’m going to raise the body enough to nail the door sills on the bottom side. I know, It should have been done before we set the body on the frame... Live and learn.
    Last edited by Art Ebeling; 11-23-2017, 09:04 AM. Reason: Add photo

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      Art,
      Did you PAY her, so you could baby sit the Dog & work on your "A"????--Hope she brings you a DOGGIE BAG--LOL
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    Too bad you will have to spend the holiday with your A and dawg ;-)

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      At home til supper time. One of my grandsons stayed the night last night. Was planning on taking him to the shop for more transmission dis-assembly as I continue the hunt for 2 good sets of gears. Grandson woke up with a nasty sounding cough, so to keep him out of the cold air, will stay in the house and find something to keep him entertained. Rod
      Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good.

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