Becka tha Wrecka meets the torch

Ferroequinologist

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All parts are going to be kept, so please don't ask for any. Had some time today, started to torch the rusty crusty wrecker.

Here are the starting pics
 

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I speak from experience here. Sometimes the rust just wins. This coming from someone who chopped up an M756A2. I'm not a fan of rust.
 

nf6x

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In a thread I read recently, somebody mentioned using a "rust filter" on their camera for the pictures that they posted. I need to look into having some eyeglasses made with rust filter lenses. That'd make my wrecker look a lot better.
 

clinto

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So what is the plan? Are you moving all the good parts over to another frame, or starting with this frame and replacing all the bed sheetmetal?
 

EMD567

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I really don't know why Ferro is using a torch. All you need is a hammer and a pair of gloves to take that rust bucket apart.:jumpin::cookoo:
 
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