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Old 02-26-2019, 08:19 AM   #176 (permalink)
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dude this thing is bad ass !
hows the power out of the MB
ive been working on my project over 7 years on and off
and its great feeling to get the shit on the road
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Old 02-26-2019, 05:51 PM   #177 (permalink)
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dude this thing is bad ass !
hows the power out of the MB
ive been working on my project over 7 years on and off
and its great feeling to get the shit on the road
Seems real low on power so far. Not impressed. But i've been babying it as the last time I had it out the brakes were marginal, there was no way to turn it off, it rattled like hell because of the giant hole in the floor, i was getting fuel out of a gallon jug ziptied to the fender, the hood was held down with a bungy cord and i was shifting it manually through the hole in the floor...

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Just browsed this and caught up on the build, super cool. Love the look and stance, and the mixing and matching of new and old parts is perfect.
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Spent the day Sat with CLR and scotch-brite pads. Finished out with a liberal coating of boiled linseed oil. Bitch cleans up NICE!

Today was build the trans tunnel/console/cupholders. That should all but finish up the sheetmetal work thank the Gods.
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