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Bringing Blondie to Dunkel's

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Mike took me for a ride in the little blonde cutie last weekend, Man can she get up and move! The sound of that carbed 2.7 was awesome!

Thanks Mike!
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boy mikez! last time i checked there was major work still remaining with your car. that is great! your car looks amazing! was it a marathon session to finish?
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It was mostly together mechanically.....when I got it bac from the last wrench, they kinds forgot to tell me that the clutvh slipped on anything over 4,000 rpms.

I did the paint or had it done.....fixed the clutch by replacing everything that was oil soaked from a dry main seal.....leather seats and reassembly.
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Mike,
You do good work and you do it fast!!!!!

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