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Popped the seat frames and original seats in tonight so I could sit in my truck for the first time on something other than a milk crate!  Don't mind me...I'll be here making "vroom-vroom" noises and g

Ya'll - I have paint!  Doors are done.  Goal is to have the cab done by the end of this weekend.  I'm one happy girl - I think the truck is, too!  The rest of the truck will be this color with a white

Too many projects, too little time 🙄😄 There are worse problems to have!  Good news: Mack paint is DONE! Body assembly is happening THIS WEDNESDAY! I can't wait to finally see this old girl p

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Friegthliner certainly looks differnt than the before photo 

 

Car looks like Dame Edna wearing and her glasses, google it, you'll see whqt I mean

All exciting now as things go back together

Thanks for update

 

 

Paul 

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4 hours ago, mrsmackpaul said:

Friegthliner certainly looks differnt than the before photo 

 

Car looks like Dame Edna wearing and her glasses, google it, you'll see whqt I mean

All exciting now as things go back together

Thanks for update

 

 

Paul 

Just looked up Dame Edna!  Love it!  The Chrysler is my favorite vehicle.  Rides like a boat.  Always exciting to bring her out in the spring and sad to tuck her away for the winter.

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Sorry.... I forgot to brag on the B-Model....  It is Awesome!. I have a friend with 10 of them and when I see yours grow in the posts I smile...   God Bless "The Green Mountain State". Jojo

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Thanks for the update.. paint works looks wonderful.. Will be a very sharp truck when all put back together..

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Question for the group:

I've never seen the fit up of these body panels in-person and close up.  Lots of pictures online, but none that are giving me a good view about what I should expect to see between the hood edge and the triangle piece on top of the fender.  My assumption was that the hood would close down over the lip of that triangular panel, but that doesn't seem to be the case.  Is it normal to have a gap or "loose" fitment there?  If you have a B60, can you send me a picture of how your's fits? Thanks!

Mack Hood Fit up.jpg

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man,,,looks excellent...was thinking the same thing about seeing it outside.you all certainly deserve a big pat on the back...bob

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