Back from the Dead!!!

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Oct 25, 2005
Hagerstown MD
Well it's been a long haul, thanks to all who have contributed to my success. While it's a work in progress, it's moving along without too much trouble.

I started on this thing almost two years ago and planned on driving it by my birthday last April in 06. I'm a little late but come april 24 this year I will be driving it. What a great feeling and sense of accomplishment. I still have many small bugs to work out with everything it seems, but one step at a time. My GOD that thing rides like a hay wagon!!!

I will start posting picks I've taken over the past two years on this thread showing my progress and sharing my past problems. Thanks again to all who have helped me with tech and moral support. Without MUD I would have given up along time ago.

Regards, Ken Cabaugh
Glad to hear! If this site has done nothing for me, it has driven me to do whatever I have done on my rig and do it right and beyond. There are so many corners I would have cut, and just simple mistakes I would have made. I can't imagine what condition my Cruiser would be in without this site, and dare I say it Pirate ( I started there before here). There is so much inspiration in the E-Cruiser world. I can't imagine doing anything on my rig without this resource for modification, restoration, and just plain experience. I don't regret anything at all, not the $$$ spent, nor the time invested. Even doing the Holly Projection (FAILED!). Getting to meet and wheel with you guys once in a while is the big pay off though!

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