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Old April 13th, 2011, 02:46 PM
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All I read was rear door and new panel in grey and wasn't sure he had seen it...is that so difficult to understand??
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Old April 13th, 2011, 02:48 PM
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I pulled the skin off my door, welded in a new bottom channel, and then galvanized the frame. Reassembled the whole thing and repainted. Not very hard to do.

That is a very nice door and if you have the skills a cool project. The new door is still far superior though.

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All I read was rear door and new panel in grey and wasn't sure he had seen it...is that so difficult to understand??
I think he is mocking how quick you are to post just to post without knowing your ass from your elbow. Maybe that isn't a good analogy. Maybe you don't know your ass from your mouth since shit comes out of both.
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Old April 13th, 2011, 02:57 PM
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Barry, you're really one to talk...
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I said I post to mock. I didn't deny it. I wait for you all hours of the night hoping you will post on a 300 tdi timing belt change so I can throw out some comedy.
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All I read was rear door and new panel in grey and wasn't sure he had seen it...is that so difficult to understand??
Actually maybe you need to pay attention then...
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Brian, about the only time I'd listen to advice from you would be regarding a Crown Vic. Defenders, eh...not so much.
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Old April 13th, 2011, 04:31 PM
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Horsey

I have to give you credit you never forget anything. Maybe we should call you elephanty. They never forget right? Maybe just elephant man for short.

Was going to post a picture of the elephant man but when I did a google search and saw what actually came up it was too rough even for me. This will have to do.
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Brian, about the only time I'd listen to advice from you would be regarding a Crown Vic. Defenders, eh...not so much.
Horsey, I'm not sure what's worse...you posting about something you know nothing about or the fact that you google stalk me and everyone else. I can 100% guarantee I know more about defenders and crown vics than you. You were drawing Rovers on paper with your crayons while I was actually driving one around. Instead of spending your time on here kissing everyone's ass, go get a clue.
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