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The reason why I did not restore my mothers 60.
Hard to even see it, covered with "treasures"
But yes, it is under there if you look hard.

http://luxjo.supermotors.net/60%20T-...S/IMG_1663.JPG

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Whoa, big job for someone who has unbridled enthusiasm and lots of coin..
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Are you taking about fixing the car or just clearing all the clutter out to get to it


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Are you taking about fixing the car or just clearing all the clutter out to get to it
HAHA. You know how most children fight over the parents house.
The 3 of us are going to fight over NOT getting the house, just
so we don't have to clean out the garage and basement.

There is some cool stuff down there. Dad still has his 63, Homelite
4 cycle, 55 HP outboard (it's as big as current 300 horse though)
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