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RedBull : the new Penny

2021 Arizona International Harvester Rendezvous

mongocanfly

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looks like your not the only one pleased..!!!!!...
he be sitting there looking at you and thinking..would you QUIT with the pictures already...im ready for a ride..!!
looks great..!!
 

oneof3k

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The only Real spot of rust that is noticeable on RedBull is the tailgate, but still quite solid.
How about the "other" areas that are not so noticeable? Sitting bull is clearly not a rust bucket, but does he have some hidden issues?

Repair turned out really nice Josh. You ought to consider doing cosmetic restoration for a living. Like maybe 40 hours/week type of living like most of us!
 

800bman

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How about the "other" areas that are not so noticeable? Sitting bull is clearly not a rust bucket, but does he have some hidden issues?

Repair turned out really nice Josh. You ought to consider doing cosmetic restoration for a living. Like maybe 40 hours/week type of living like most of us!
No really hidden issues to speak of. Gem top to bottom!
I want to be retired Ed, like you!
 

800bman

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This Summer has been rough here in Illinois, that’s the excuse I’m making for not doing too much scout stuff. Tough to keep up with Ed anyhow….
The folks stopped by for a visit and I gave them a windshield-down ride at 50 mph. They enjoyed it.
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I did some detail work on the shifters and boots, and undercarriage but that’s really nothing.
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I’ve just enjoyed driving RedBull. It’s a fun rig as is!
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oneof3k

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Good to see yall enjoying it..!!....gonna be hard to catch Ed now fod sure..!
I concur with the enjoyment part..... I've really been having a blast driving mine around the past few weeks. But catching me? Not hard to do when my max speed is something like 60 mph and I feel more comfortable at 50 mph. At that speed I can force people to look (as they're honking their horn for me to pull over). :tt2:

So why didn't you reattach the brake lines to the U bolts during the refresh?
 

mongocanfly

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("Dammit Ed I’m a turd polisher not a miracle worker!")
Ed hes got his own teeshirt
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got his own coffee cup
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his own polish
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belongs to the turd polisher union
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and even won a award
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