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2004-12-20 10:03:58 | Hans Anderson writes:

Prize of a life time. Will be restoring as time and money permit

2005-03-28 07:53:29 | Anonymous writes:

Car is now under rehab, March 28, 2005. Engine runs, tranny works, electrical mostly works, brakes rebuilt, cooling system under repair, rear end out and being reassembled, gas tank out for repair. Will have the car on the road in three weeks, I hope, Body work to begin in April. Pictures of work in progress if desired email me at hans_anderson@msn.com

2005-12-05 13:57:15 | Hans Anderson writes:

Body work progressing slow. Auto accident in April, busted back. Have most of the rust repaired, paint off the body, not the bonnet. Have engine running, rebuilt fuel tank ready for install. Interior is out, except dash. Electrical stuff works except wipers and air conditioning. Hope to have car ready for daily driver in the summer. Plans change based on life's happeings.

2006-10-30 09:27:37 | Hans writes:

Up and running. Dirving it to work. Still have engine work to do and paint to buff and polish. Plan on rebuilding the engine and rear end this winter.

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