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    Re: My next restoration with a little help from "Fantom Works"

    "Fantom Works"; Really!! Cool!!

    I don`t recall where they are located but I have to guess somewhere near you.

    Maybe we`ll be seeing your TR on one of the segments?

    Best Wishes,

    Russ
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    Re: My next restoration with a little help from "Fantom Works"

    That is gonna cost you.....The guy who used to do all the metal work for him is out in Suffolk somewhere.....I think that kid is very talented...

    Good luck.....Where you at in chesapeake....Grew up In Great Bridge
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