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Ready for Hurricane season.

Ready for Hurricane season.

Work on the car is being done with it loaded on the transport, just in case I have to leave in a hurry. The GT has undergone major reconstruction and is nearing bodywork completion. The overall width of the car in the rear is six inches wider and the front has been elongated three inches. Everything

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I didn't see the caption when I first read this so I wondered if you might be a bank robber or something that "leaving in a hurry" is really so important to you. Nice car.
 

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My home is on the water. My lower level is around eight feet elevation. My living space above is about 17 feet above sea level which is the second floor. As Hurricanes approach we usually have higher tides than normal. Hurricane Katrina was a twenty foot high wall of water in my area. I am about two miles from the Gulf of Mexico. As bad weather approaches I am leaving with my GT and other stuff. My home is solid concrete and is hurricane proof to a large degree. I might stay again but my stuff will leave early, maybe with only some rain uhhh fresh water coming down instead of up to deal with. No I am not a bank robber. Just got toooo much work in this to let it set through another storm.
 

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hey ricky what kind of side vents did you use for the front fenders ive ben thanking on how i could do that with them being made out of metal thanks ricky
 

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