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It's home, my '57 Chrysler New Yorker project--
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57burb
Posted 2019-03-04 10:13 PM (#578880 - in reply to #578876)
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Those are some big compliments, thank you. I'm glad you guys like it!
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The Adventurer
Posted 2019-03-04 11:44 PM (#578883 - in reply to #111659)
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Danny wow wow wow is all ican say , the car and paint looks killer . You must be over the moon . This is the when you really start getting enthused with a resto project after paint is on . Your dad looks to be like my dad , they just know how to do things right !
A credit to you guys . Cant wait to see how the trim turns up now .
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57burb
Posted 2019-03-09 2:27 PM (#579089 - in reply to #111659)
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We finally have some sunny weather, so I pulled it outside for a couple of pics with her twin sister. Starting to look like a car, now.



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ToMopar
Posted 2019-03-11 4:27 AM (#579157 - in reply to #111659)
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Danny, - wow,
It looks that you could cruise very soon with your custom Cruizer
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60 Imp
Posted 2019-03-11 6:43 AM (#579158 - in reply to #111659)
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You must be proud having your Dad working on this car with you! You are a lucky Bloke.
11 years aint so long............anyways, its a marathon not a sprint!
As Jon above says, I cant wait to see the pics and video of this car when done. It is spectacular already. (Hey Jon, I cant wait to see your 56 Imperial done too)

Steve.
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57burb
Posted 2019-03-18 1:28 PM (#579499 - in reply to #579158)
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Finally got all the stainless on the car. Now working on the interior, and waiting for the chrome to get back!



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The Adventurer
Posted 2019-03-18 7:59 PM (#579510 - in reply to #111659)
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Looks sensational . Cant wait to see how your trim comes out .
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Powerflite
Posted 2019-03-19 4:45 PM (#579550 - in reply to #111659)
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The fun part!
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