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LOVE to see different cars built rather than the same old thing.......nice work! 

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Very cool build! And yes, it is nice to see something off the beaten path! 

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Beautiful - looks great.  Thanks for sharing...

Mike K./Swede70

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Wow, Tim. What a beautiful build. Everything about it is topnotch. Like the others have said, I love obscure cars.  You nailed this one.

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Now that's an oddball. Nice work.

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Wow that looks great. Never seen that one before. Thanks for sharing

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Turned out great Tim.

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Great job Tim , it looks very good !  J.D. was one of the great unsung independents . :)

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Very cool!  Where did you source the decals?

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I like that Tim !

On 2/9/2019 at 8:07 AM, bbowser said:

Very cool!  Where did you source the decals?

and I 'll second that

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I was flipping through one of my old umi books that covered the 1978 season, and when I got to the Delaware 500, there was a picture showing J.D. on the pole for that race.. He beat out Bobby Allison who was on the outside pole.  Apparently he had used McCreary tires instead of goodyears  and that was the key to winning that pole. Still, that was a huge accomplishment for him at that time.

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11 hours ago, MarkJ said:

I was flipping through one of my old umi books that covered the 1978 season, and when I got to the Delaware 500, there was a picture showing J.D. on the pole for that race.. He beat out Bobby Allison who was on the outside pole.  Apparently he had used McCreary tires instead of goodyears  and that was the key to winning that pole. Still, that was a huge accomplishment for him at that time.

The spirit that JD and the other independents brought to NASCAR is what is lacking today.

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