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    Default Frame-up restoration... er, unibody-up restoration done.

    My next door neighbor finished his MUTT restoration project just last week! (Yeah right, like a project such as this is ever finished!)

    He handed it over to me to take for a spin, and take some pictures of, so here they are:
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    Default RE: Frame-up restoration... er, unibody-up restoration d

    Oh, I forgot to mention that this MUTT was Army, but the owner is going to paint it with markings from his Air Force security police unit.

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    Default RE: Frame-up restoration... er, unibody-up restoration d

    looks great! That before pic is one of my favorites.
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    Looks great!

    I'll have to check it out next time I am in SLC.
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    Ahhh, nose pickers, lol...
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    real nice looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwenil
    Ahhh, nose pickers, lol...
    It's OK, he had the tub sandblasted, so there's no more BBACC left on it.



    (BBACC = Biologically Based Anti Corrosion Coating)

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    I want a 151 as my next MV.

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    Are you looking for a pristine one, or would a re-weld work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superburban
    Are you looking for a pristine one, or would a re-weld work?
    I'd prefer to have an uncut A1, not a total heep that needs hours of body work etc. But something that could use a refreshing...

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