"Boss" - EH Ute Build

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FRANK BASILE
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Good score for $50. A re skin with decent treatment and they should be good for many decades to come. Are you doing new replacements or refurbs, aside to the crusty parts , the main appears to be solid.
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A good move for sure. :)
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FRANK BASILE wrote: Wed Mar 06, 2024 6:41 am Good score for $50. A re skin with decent treatment and they should be good for many decades to come. Are you doing new replacements or refurbs, aside to the crusty parts , the main appears to be solid.
Hi Frank, the inside will get blasted and primed and definitely new door skins primed on the inside as well so I never have to worry about them again.
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