- Feb 17, 2000
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Thank you. He was the older brother I always looked up to.Shawn
Sorry to hear that about your brother Scott.
Look forward to seeing how you progress on his project
Thanks! He was one of those guys that would give you the shirt off his back. Very talented to what he could build including houses.Your brother looked like he was a pretty cool guy, I'm so sorry to hear he passed away so tragically. I can only imagine the emotional conflict you must be feeling as you begin to work on one of his old hot rods. I'm sure he would want you to find joy in it though!
So what are your plans for the 'bucket?
Appreciate it!Sorry about your brother and thank you for the reminder.
cool hot rod and I look forward to hearing more about it.
Him and I were really close so it was tough for me. It really shook our family and that was mess too since my father wanted him buried and my mother wanted his ashes spread somewhere. He didn't have a will.Sad story buy I appreciate you sharing it and this build.
Thank you! Yeah I just wanted to remind everyone to think safety. I've done it myself and get underneath a car with one floor jack holding it up, no tires. You just never think it will happen.So tragic to hear about your brother. I know we've all got under a car without enough support but I make an effort every time I do to get stands under it. My techs in the shop probably hate me because when I catch them in that position I really come down hard on them. Better me coming down hard on them than the darn car in my opinion. Thanks for the reminder though.
I'm excited to follow the build as it looks like a riot to drive.
Appreciate it. Its a good reminder for us all. Have any pictures of your old T-bucket?Sorry to hear about your brother. I think of the "what would happen? " scenario every time I am under a vehicle and nobody is around.
And I miss my T-bucket. Cool to see one getting some love.