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Old 05-19-2017, 02:58 PM   #51
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Re: Project Underhaulin Update?

Hmmmm ... I'm not sure what to think about all this ... trying to remember details about all this from several yrs ago. However, I do remember calling & actually talking to ?Russ? (he put phone # in post on original thread about truck build). I had a WTF frame of mind when rang him, because I had bought a new dash pad for the project & had it drop shipped there. He was appreciative that I called instead of just trashing him on the forum. He thoroughly answered every question I asked him (I had written out a list of them) & had a genuine concern about the whole situation, only wanting to make it right. In the end, about 30+ minutes phone conversation, I felt pretty bad for the guy and could come up with no real advice or answers on how he should handle it all. I remember just thinking "damn what a mess".
I'm over it all now ... a bought lesson is the best kind ... thankful I only had less than $100 in it all; I know some are not that lucky.
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:47 PM   #52
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Re: Project Underhaulin Update?

It is a bad deal, but would be nice to see it completed and let the people in control do what they need to with it. People shouldn't be throwing stones. They obviously have no idea what all goes into a build like this in these circumstances. I'm sure this truck has became more of a heart ache for all involved lately rather than joy and happiness.
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