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    Let the body work begin

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    Quite a bit more bondo and rot then i originally thought, good thing most of these have available patch panels.
    57 STUDEBAKER 3E7 C-CAB V8 4.2L 259ci T-85/R11 DANA 44 TAPERED
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    Looks like the first truck my brother did. He didn't know much about body work when he started, but he did by the time he finished.
    No patch panels available back then, but he won first in class at the IM in Orlando.


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    ive been blessed to have been taught how to do most of this so it shouldnt be to bad hopefully lol

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    They are always worse than they look. You are fortunate you can do the body work. I personally like doing that part of the restoration most of all.

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