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Old 03-30-2011, 06:14 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by packrat44 View Post

Did you find my diary and copy it word for word? Very similar condition for DW and myself, only I have 1.5 decades on you. Hard to spend on our hobbies without feeling guilty even though we should have more than enough of a safety net. Still do all my own wrenching on the vehicles along with all building and maintenance on our properties. (I need to get all my hot rods on the road before I am too old to enjoy them. But it is hard to part with hard earned greenbacks)

You belong in LBYM announymous like many others of us on this forum.
Umm... I got two more to finish.
One is at final restoration stage, been a long process, doing most all myself as usual, and the other I haven't started on other than collecting parts, but it's still an all original that we take to local cruise ins.
Biggest issue isn't money, it's time. And since they are my hobby it makes no sense to pay someone to do them.

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