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    I haven't mentioned it, but, it's great to have you aboard Steve! Your experience and logging of repairs is really fantastic, thanks!!!

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    He is a big help and we appreciate having him around.

    Too bad this truck is in a holding pattern right now. Not enough time, kids, planting trees, work. Too many other projects that have to be taken care of first. Still hope to be running it this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeStef View Post


    I haven't mentioned it, but, it's great to have you aboard Steve! Your experience and logging of repairs is really fantastic, thanks!!!
    Ditto.
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    How about some updates? Is Lucky #7 back on the road?
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    Nope, Parked in the Barn under a tarp.

    We are moving, trying to sell a house and other things.
    Hope to start back on it in a month or two and be using it this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Nope, Parked in the Barn under a tarp.

    We are moving, trying to sell a house and other things.
    Hope to start back on it in a month or two and be using it this summer.
    Got one of those buses your willing to sell?

    You guys moving to Audra's old stomping grounds?

    I think yall could just about double the number of Centurions in GA!
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    It looks like Life got in the way of this project finishing up?

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    Yep, always happens that way. We actually bought a very large foreclosed home and that in itself can consume your free time, with the wife in school and two teenagers in college and trying to keep their cars running, heck there is no time for fun stuff.

    We actually decided we just don't have a use for a 2 wheel drive truck, so rather than just slapping it back together it will become a 1 ton diesel. Complete with a color change. It will be something we love to drive rather than being a grocery getter. That will add a bunch of time to the restore so we are doing some other projects first wile we finish collecting parts.

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    Traveler, if you change your mind on the conversion to one ton and would sell it, let me know. If not get back to work! Ha!

    I'm keeping an eye out for a 2wd 5.0. I'm just not sure they made 2 of them! I gotta find something to drive while I restore my C350, or at least that's the excuse I'm giving my wife.
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    They are around and unloved.
    I agree I think it would be a great grocery getter like it is.
    We actually have sold off a couple vehicles, but not centurions. It is amazing how busy things have been. I start getting excited about working on one then bam, gotta do something else first.

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    Updates on this project?
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    Sitting in the garage, Life happens. Kids in college, moving. it has put a damper on it.

    It will get done though. Going to do a couple other first though.

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