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Hi Mike,

You get out of the "Newbie" class when you have made a certain amount of posts on the Forum. Unfortunately, the system is not based on what you really know about Tbirds (which would be impossible for it to determine, I would imagine), but on the number of posts each of us make. If it were based on our actual technical knowledge or ability, I would probably still be classified as a "Newbie"! I will post the breakdown in "Anything Goes" for those who do not know...
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I'm probably being paranoid but did you get a chance to inspect the car prior to your buying it?

I ask because there's a lot that can be hidden with paint and bondo and I know you've already had one bad experience with rust.

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John:
Thanks for your concern. This i car has the original paint. There are a few spots with rust. Nothing like the 63 I just sold. It was good experience(or should I say expensive experience) to have taken apart that 63! I feel like I'm more aware of the possible weak spots. Thanks! Mike
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