Yep, that's how it goes. I bought my '86 FJ60 and '89 FJ62 parts vehicles more than 15 years ago knowing it might take a while to get to my build. After I retired I finally had the time to get started. 2-1/2 years later after I started "The '86" was substantially finished, just in time for SAS #2. Meanwhile, my '71 FJ40 sat waiting its turn. Bought it in '99 with plans to eventually restore it, and I just got started earlier this year. It should be finished in time for SAS #4.
We really appreciate it John. Glad for the ongoing support for the boys and the friendship we have. They are glad to be around talented people that are willing to spend the time to share their experiences and knowledge. They are budding cruiser-heads.
Once the storm passed the whole family got into wet sanding the Mustang. @SipLife and @cowgirl40 got their first lesson in wet sanding. 1500 grit. They were pros in less than an hour. We got roof, hood, B billar sails done this weekend. Plan is to get the rest done next weekend.
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