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    That looks real neat.

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    Now that is MADE IN THE USA!

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    More like made,redone,made then redone

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    Nice job Mr. Jones.
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    Thank You for the compliment Scoutingranch, if you only knew how many times I sat on a bucket with a cold beer and a winston and thought things out then tackled them then sat some more and got pissed and re-did it you would be amazed. I just want it to be nice when I am finished and don't want to have to do it again when it is all painted, it is a lot easier to re-do it before it's painted then trying to re-do it when it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJones View Post
    Thank You for the compliment Scoutingranch, if you only knew how many times I sat on a bucket with a cold beer and a winston and thought things out then tackled them then sat some more and got pissed and re-did it you would be amazed. I just want it to be nice when I am finished and don't want to have to do it again when it is all painted, it is a lot easier to re-do it before it's painted then trying to re-do it when it is.
    Ahhh, cold beer and a Winston. Those were the days. I'll pick up roll your own smoking when I'm eighty. I even had to quit dippin' Copenhagen. That was until I was out on a horse trip with some leather tough wranglers. They all dipped...I was in!! Then had to quit again. Dang it.
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    Quiting is for quiters.... Just kidding. At $60 bucks a carton, I could buy a lot of Heep parts instead but I like the coffin nails too. We pick our poisons.

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    Love it. Quitten is for quitters. My $30 modern smokers package was the second thing to go into my vintage build. Cant wait to sit on top of a ridge with a lemonade and light when she is done. That's the whole goal! Also nice work on that there jeep!

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