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#419003 12/19/18 01:00 AM
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My 1928's

Here is my 1928 LO truck and AB speeder
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Mike Quezada
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Nice pictures, that speedster looks like fun!


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Uncle Ed,

Thanks for your comment, yes the speedster is like driving a big boy go-kart, really fun until you have to brake/stop

I added a couple of pictures, the truck took me a little over 25 years to restore, the speedster took 11 months - amazing how much quicker it is when your kids are out of the house and you have additional $'s to play with.

Oh it also helped having fellow VCCA members that had the items that i needed and they were willing to sell them at very attractive prices.... i can't thank them enough


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Wow Mike, It looks like you did a lot of work on both of them. Good job!
Merry Christmas
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Amazing work Mike. So exciting to see history restored. Both of those vehicles look like they were well on their way to the trash heap, until someone with a desire met up with them. Great job. Happy New Year!!


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jtroberts64, on the speedster it was come and get it or I am hauling it all to the dumps.I saved that car frame and parts. I had over two trucks of trash just to get to the car. I know that I could never make a speedster from a running or complete car, but this was going to the scrap yard any ways so no harm. I restored the running gear as much as possible as a ‘28. Strip down I am pushing 50+ mph, too bad the brakes are only good for below 35…. Guess that is part of the thrill

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