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    rookie takes on mini project st-fh

    before shot



    looks like she caught on fire. but ya 9 patches and alot of sanding.
    ya im a bit of a dog ****er. been in the unioun 3 years gotten used to slow habbits.
    first time doing this with out dads help. not gettin picky since ill still be takin it on the trails and not show and shine.
    dad came home. made me do it again and sand further down since the da was on spin.
    here we go again

    any who heres a few pics






    few days later

    some redneck covering but it worked



    I RAISE MY TRUCK RATHER THEN RASING HELL

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    finaly put it back together.

    just painted the 1/2 top and its drying





    and my favourite shot. itll look like that again soon

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    Looks nice, I wish I had the time/money to take on a project, but my ambitions are way too big. Don't put too much effort into making her look perfect or else you won't want to take her off-roading.
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    good work, I wish I had the patience to do amazing body work like that...

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    total cost was around $200 body+ paint. and ya nothing fancy since it is a bush truck. go my first scratch putting the 1/2 top on. it was disapointing lol.
    and "amazing body work" lol your to kind
    and the dents and bent tailgate adds character

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