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well i started at 11:00 this morning and finished up a little after noon and everything went great it was a bouncing baby sovereign weighted in at 900 lbs lol im always leary of something that i never drove but it fired right up and everything works. now it just changing body panels i will show you the finished product in a couple of days. the second pic is just before i started it.

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