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Peter, that is supposed to be some "fabricator's" idea on how to build a trailer hitch.... To me that is the kind of person who you want to keep as far away from your classic car (or ANY car) as you can!
Sorry Ray, I just thought everybody was joking about the 'trailer hitch'

It seemed pretty ohvious to me it was the suspension of something like a a squarebird or similar.
A very badly mutilated suspension!!
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Check this EFI oxygen sensor bung out:
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Did he get the job done for half price? Even if I had a job like that done for free, I would have said thanks, but no thanks.

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Chris, can you imagine getting a bill for that???
The exhaust pipe looks like it caught some kind of welding disease. That welding guy needs to learn about rod with a coating on it or invest in a bottle of gas for his MIG welder.
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