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Great find looks in really good shape.
I agree with Kyle, nice snag John. Going to keep it original? Don't find too many in that good of shape. 
 

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Thanks for the nice comments guys ! Its a survivor. Perfect engine, tight steering, even has the battery clamp. The decals on the hood need replacement due to a little peeling and the fender deck could use some new green but over all its above average. No cracks or chunks out of the hood front lip like most. The hydraulic lift works well. For now I will change the fluids, tune it a little, and enter it into the fold. J.

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You did real good then John! At a boy!!!!!!
 

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That's one piece I still lack is a hydraulic lift be it a RF or Flatty. Hope I don't sound jealous!!!!!
It'll come Kyle, just keep your chin up. You need to focus your attention on something other than a hydraulic lift unit, and when you aren't expecting it, the right one will pop up for sale. 
 

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I think I'm going to keep my herd small. Remember that I have a 200 which needs a total restoration. A 140 is next on my list. Then if a 208 comes by.  Might need a 100. Then a 300 so I can go 1,2,3,...Then..............   
 

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Very nice.My wife wanted a convertible after I sold my street rod and started playing with tractors. With living in NC probably gets alot of use running for ice cream. 

 I grew tired of paying to show my car after I spend all of my money fixing it up and then people leaning on it and just feeling like they have to touch it.

Tractors are a lot more fun and I can fit more in my garage. 
 
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