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Well Denny you did it! The long labor of love with some aggravation thrown in is over. Now it's time to stop and take a breath and relax till the next one. It turned out great. Helps motivate me on mine. Congrats on a fantastic restore from the ground up.

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That sure is a great looking 701 Denny. How long did it take to get it finished? Did you have trouble finding parts?

 

 

 

I know you will have a great time showing it off at the shows coming up.

 

Once again GREAT JOB!!!

 

Wingrider

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That sure is a great looking 701 Denny. How long did it take to get it finished? Did you have trouble finding parts?

 

 

 

I know you will have a great time showing it off at the shows coming up.

 

Once again GREAT JOB!!!

 

Wingrider

 

I've been working on it off and on since I got it in Feb. of '09.  Seems every time I had a little money to spend on it I'd find another Horse that I had to have. Some of the parts were a little hard to find but to me the search is part of the fun. Along the way I had an awful lot of help from several members here.

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:handgestures-salute:  I can't wait for the next one Denny.   :text-bravo:

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Today I got the lights installed and the last thing to do was install the spec. plate for the engine. My old one was in sad shape so I bought a decal from Terry and had a new plate cut from aluminum. Turned out pretty good.  Nice job, Terry!  Some day I'll paint the letters on the front of the hood but for now, I'm done.

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One last shot, this one's for you, Bob.

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Wow that looks fantastic Denny! Love the Bob Maynard shot!

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