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Looks Great!

A friend has a reproduction lower L cab back panel and cab door sill parts that may be available. Holler if you are interested.

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The Wife might get a little pissed if I dragged that in!!

It would be sacrilege, but it would make a great bar back.

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All that sounds like a deal.

Thank you for the story, I think you've got enough additional emotions now to go through all the project.

Best of luck to!

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Moving day. First time in about 11 years this frame has seen daylight. Had to move it due to some upcoming work to the barn. Great excuse to start this project!!!

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Nice! The plan has started. Pretty handy yard tug to keep it from rolling down the hill.

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Damn this is a cool story so far. Love the old pics too!

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gotta agree Tim loving it

Paul

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That is going to be one handy truck when you get it done. It's amazing how nice the frame and part look too. It is an amazing piece to start with. A real good project too. Love it!

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I'll have to seperate the body from the frame. That frame should slide over the Mack frame to create the stretch and the wheel base I need. It'll be bolted togther with body bound bolts, using Mack frame cross braces. If I ever sell it, it should be an easy conversion to the original wheelbase and tractor configuration.

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Your barn looks great. It's nice to make a piece of history useful (just like old trucks).

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Real nice. Like your B-42 too! Keep the pictures coming. Thanks

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Well, had to delay this year in making some progress. Spent the time getting my Father's '41 Cadillac back on the road. Cleaned and re-organized the shop for the truck. Moved the NH-220 out so I can clean and paint it yesterday afternoon/evening.

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have`nt seen a 220 all intact in the same pile especially one with a jake on it for years :thumb:

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