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How often do you hit your head on the runway when you're working on the wagon?

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

How often do you hit your head on the runway when you're working on the wagon?


 oddly enough I have yet to do that (knock on wood) everyone else seems to though 



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I've done it a few times on mine but because it's nice and flat it never hurts. It's annoying though, because you KNOW it's there and still do it!

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I'm not tall enough to hit my head on much of anything LOL

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One more step closer today 



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Too nice to drive  lol .  

 

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thanks for the kinda words guys.  We are starting to feel good about all the hard work now.  We are happy with the res so far. Today we put on some more jewelry and are getting ready to install the lights and some quad note caddy horns 

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That's dangerous you know, you're making it far too nice. You know you are going to be scared to drive it....

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Hopefully we wont be afraid to drive it. Paid extra for base clear so we can fix it if we need



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Hey those look familiar ... nice! I'm envious!



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No T-3's? no

Just kidding, of course. Those look like halogens, a wise move.

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No T-3's? no

Just kidding, of course. Those look like halogens, a wise move.


 Thought about them.  We have some in the impala but wanted to be able to see with this one. 

 

Yes Darryl... those should look quite familiar. They look way better on the car then they did in the box. 



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a productive day today. Lights all in and working. Some nice headlight bezels from Darryl installed.  Working on the parking Light harnesses next and soon the bumper 

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You know, if you make it too nice you are just going to have to grit your teeth while driving it and enjoying it. Sounds good to me. Nice work! Aubrey Bruneau would be jealous... wink



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My survivor has OE halogens .  

 

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My survivor has OE halogens .  

 

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Is that the Canadian Tire Ice Truck?

 

 

I had a full set of working T-3s on my 67 Chevelle. The light was kinda yellow and I didn't want to lose one to a stone (like one of the T-3s on our 70 Biscayne back in '70) so I installed a set of GE halogens and boxed up the T-3s. The halogens were a big improvement and yet weren't so large a draw as to require a relay like some of the stuff you see today.



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no.. its my 48,000 mile one owner 88 Suburban I bought in Oct . 

The Ice truck chassis was kept and shipped to BC, by CTC . 

We built the diesel pickup with the left over cab, and a shortened  cab & 1/2 Florida frame 

 

The Suburban is amazing . here is number on frame that matches number on radiator shield under hood .  Undercoating is Waxoyl

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Is that the Canadian Tire Ice Truck?

 

 

I had a full set of working T-3s on my 67 Chevelle. The light was kinda yellow and I didn't want to lose one to a stone (like one of the T-3s on our 70 Biscayne back in '70) so I installed a set of GE halogens and boxed up the T-3s. The halogens were a big improvement and yet weren't so large a draw as to require a relay like some of the stuff you see today.




T-3's are great for car shows. Not great for highway driving in deer country.


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There has to be a real sense of pride, and accomplishment in seeing it going back together and looking so good.
Keep it going and keep the updates coming.

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Finally finish detail painting the big chrome moulding on the tailgate got it installed 

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Looking great!!

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another step closer today. Got the bumper on and started cleaning the Parking lamp assemblies.  Decided to order some new lenses. 

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Stance is everything on these projects .  I love how you have it sitting . 



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Hard to believe this was the same car!

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