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Here are pictures of my  1928 dodge brothers being dismantled because of rotted lumber, 

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To all members, I am learning to upload pictures on this club forum. I am not sure if  this is the correct forum. Please correct me

Cheers and have a nice day.

Harry.   

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Harry, what a great project.  And you are in the right place.  Look forward to your progress and reports.  

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Been there myself, working on my 1928 Durant and doing a frame off restoration. A lot of work, but makes you feel good to get these old gals restored back to their former beauty!

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I know you pain/enjoyment! I’ve past the wood hurdle and I’m on the sheet metal repairs which are small. Running gear is just about done minus finishing the wood wheels and dropping in the motor trans. My 32’ Olds to this point has been a very enjoyable, rewarding restoration, I expect that enjoyment will only get better with it’s completion. I’m following your thread with that same sort of pleasure.

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Hi this is my 1928 dodge standard 6   i like the photos you have of yours   keep at it im restoring a 1937 dodge police car here in new zealand 

 

 

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Here's another 1928 Dodge that was part of the same estate as my 1925 Buick coupe.It's a nice "rejuvenated",running car. Sold for about $8500 CDN.

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