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Posted: 07/15/21 09:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Whoo Hooo![emoticon]

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2 many 2 wrote:

Whoo Hooo![emoticon]

My biggest cheerleader!! [emoticon][emoticon]


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Site is live, finally launched Aug 22, 2021 @ 6:53 PM
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I remember reading at work every morning for updates.

I would show the other guys and they couldn't believe it.

I still can't believe it. When it is up and running, I think everyone will be very surprised at the detail and the intense loyalty involved in this project.

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Thanks, I can't believe it either! [emoticon]

I look back at it and have to wonder why I rebuilt such an obviously rotten old heap.

But looking back now, even though it had its moments, I did enjoy the overall experience.

There actually was one little reason that I got my back up about it and said I'm going to do it anyways. It's a strange story, and I may share it one day, but not now.

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Posted: 07/16/21 11:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am trying to remember when you started the project.
Wasn't it about 2005 or 2006?

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Good memory! You are very close.

I bought the Citation I think around October of 2003.
It was late December 03 when I started on the repair.
I continued well into the spring of 04 is when I did the most work, then continued as I found time after that
The last work I did was about mid June 2006.

It sat mostly untouched, unfinished in my driveway until 2014 when my wife and I split and I sold it, unfinished.

I don't remember exactly when I started on my original rebuild website, but I think around 2005, maybe 2004 because I was posting and updating as I did the work.

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Like us old guys say "Those were the days"

I would not have the energy today to attempt anything like that today.

Back then I foolishly thought I could do anything. [emoticon][emoticon][emoticon]

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I hear you loud and clear on that one!
Just turned 67 now and although I have lots left in me, don't think I have the gumption to do that again.

I'd rather spend my tine camping.

Maybe I can still do anything, but it takes a whole lot longer! [emoticon]

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65 for me and it takes all day to do what I used to do in my spare time [emoticon] [emoticon]

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For those who have been following this thread, I thank you.

My site was just launched about 5 minutes ago. It's live now.

So there's a free resource for you all.
Took me a heckuva lot more time than I thought to build it. When you look at it you'll see why. It is quite detailed.

Where are you 2 many 2? You've been a big cheerleader! [emoticon]

Theres probably some typos and mistakes, but I'm sure people will help and point them out to me. I have read it all so many times while editing everything that it's a mumbo jumbo to me now.

I hope it works OK for everyones devices. It took me a long time to make it mobile friendly.

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