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    in the middle of my serious woodworking....

    my brother shows up with the 40 ford he's just completed.
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    benedictione omnes bene

    www.burroviejowoodworking.com

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    That is sooooo sweet!

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    Nice ride!
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    Wow no effort spared there!

    Some of those older rigs have a certain flair lacking from most modern vehicles. You'd think with all the fancy design blah blah blah people do nowadays you could get something half as good looking as this.

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    Wowsers! That is sweet indeed.
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    Wow, that is nice
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    Your brother does nice work

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    did he paint it or have it done dano? nice restore
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    Kewel!
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    Very nice a true labor of love. I was over at a friend of mine the other day and he was sanding out the primer on a hotrod he is making from an old chevy that has a similar front different back. When you see how much work it is you get an even greater appreciation for the final result. These are no ordinary paint jobs.
    cheers

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