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Brian, that turned out fantastic! You should be very proud of that. Please take plenty of photos at the family reveal.
 

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WOW that's amazing! What a transformation! Awesome job. I previously had read through this whole thread and its amazing how far the machine has come.
 

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The photo of it on the bridge is worthy of framing!
Thank you Kraig! ( and otheres) I was so hoping to pop up at one of our get togethers and just never came together. So hope to bring it to one of the pd's soon. Been through hell and back to make this happen. Miss seeing you folks! It runs as good as it looks, wait I it painted it, it runs better than it looks. LOL!
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Please be sure and keep this a secret. My folks have not seen it completed yet. Thank you! Or at least for the two people that know my family that are on here.:errrr::cubwinker:
 

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Very, very nice. Some really cool details there. I really like that manifold cover tin, that's a cool piece. I can also see there are quite a few differences between a WWII era H and a postwar H like my own. The most noticeable I can see is the manifold and magneto ignition.

You really make me want to tear mine apart and paint it up nice!!!
 

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Very, very nice. Some really cool details there. I really like that manifold cover tin, that's a cool piece. I can also see there are quite a few differences between a WWII era H and a postwar H like my own. The most noticeable I can see is the manifold and magneto ignition.

You really make me want to tear mine apart and paint it up nice!!!
Thank you so much! Really appreciate it.
 
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