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    I missed the update - that's a pretty damn sweet chassis! Can't wait to see this one done. You should post more progress pics - I think a lot of guys would love to see more pics of this build!

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    It’s looking pretty sweet...can’t wait for the new tub to be on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    I missed the update - that's a pretty damn sweet chassis! Can't wait to see this one done. You should post more progress pics - I think a lot of guys would love to see more pics of this build!

    Thanks all- I will update things more often here as progress continues on my project... Yeah pretty excited to get the new body set on the chassis and get everything mocked up before I disassemble Metal parts and prep for paint.

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