work on the bug

Discussions about “Nugget the Sun Bug", the car that the club began to restore, and ended up selling to a nice guy.
mike
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work on the bug

Postby mike » Thu Dec 10, 2009 9:42 pm

Well I have gotten mostly cot up in my work around here and its time to bring the bug in to work on it. so at the party coming up there will be talk on what work I will be doing to the car so I can get on with it and get it done. so see you at the get-to-gether.

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Re: work on the bug

Postby iltis74 » Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:38 am

What still needs done to it? Anything able to be pulled off that I could do in my own time at my place?
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Re: work on the bug

Postby MagicEddie » Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:48 pm

Come to the meeting a discussion and perhaps some sharp decisions will be made for the sun bug.
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Re: work on the bug

Postby mike » Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:33 pm

sorry I couldn't make it last night I have a hard time closing early to come in to town I have a shop to run and Iam swamped here with work. Give me a call so I can find out what is ok to do on the bug. 376-6919


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