My EK project

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steved57
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Re: My EK project

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Bloody well done Jase. Enjoy the fun. :thumbsup:
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Re: My EK project

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Looks great, plenty to be learnt from this build along the way. thanks again.
A day in the shed beats a day at work!
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Re: My EK project

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no tyre shine probably just too fast lol
Tim i think i saw you heading away from munchies?
we all went fokr a cruise into the city and over to acacia ridge ,the boys had a ball!
I got up early this morning and bought my next project ,its a beauty mate
and its a holden :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
will post some pics when i pick it up in the morning :thumbsup:
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Congrats! :thumbsup:
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Heres my latest project.Image
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Katherine beige , bunyip bronze EJ wagon

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Trev
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Custom or restore?

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Bwahahahahaha restore....... Funny boy Trev!
Speed and Style........... One day I'll get the speed bit.
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Re: My EK project

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sweet - looking forward to seeing what you do with this one mate 8)
When you're faced with an unpleasant task that you really don't want to do, sometimes you just have to dig deep down inside and somehow find the patience to wait for someone else to do it for you.


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Probably a resto,
With what it came with a modern stock hk 161
And late model hr disc front
Maybe a traumatic for the missus
( well that's what I told her ,haha)tricked her!
Lowered till the tail shaft rubs the tunnel
I'm in the process of having it blasted
The body is mint bar the surface rust and floor pans
Already had some bolt ins blasted and they
Came up a treat
I'm the 3 rd owner
The 2 nd stripped it 16 years ago
And that's as far as he got
A budget build
Stock paint, and reuse the orig trim

Air cond would be nice
Probably a set of skirts ,sunvisor
I'm getting excited
Probably should put this in other cars
So many probablys
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Mick Jagger wrote:Probably a resto,
With what it came with a modern stock hk 161
And late model hr disc front
Maybe a traumatic for the missus
( well that's what I told her ,haha)tricked her!
Lowered till the tail shaft rubs the tunnel
I'm in the process of having it blasted
The body is mint bar the surface rust and floor pans
Already had some bolt ins blasted and they
Came up a treat
I'm the 3 rd owner
The 2 nd stripped it 16 years ago
And that's as far as he got
A budget build
Stock paint, and reuse the orig trim

Air cond would be nice
Probably a set of skirts ,sunvisor
I'm getting excited
Probably should put this in other cars
So many probablys
Definitely start another build thread, sounds good.
Love your work.

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Re: My EK project

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youre a cack Jase :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
When you're faced with an unpleasant task that you really don't want to do, sometimes you just have to dig deep down inside and somehow find the patience to wait for someone else to do it for you.


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Goose99
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Re: My EK project

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Spotted your old one in Cairns today
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Re: My EK project

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WOW Awesome,glad to see its still around :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: ,long live the ladles
Now Im getting all emotional n shit
looks like its being loved,youve made my day :) :) :D
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