Finally on the road to recovery

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1badchicken
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Finally on the road to recovery

Post by 1badchicken » Fri Apr 15, 2016 6:50 pm

So it's been a very long while since I had to part my 93 hawk out due to my past divorce.
As painful as it was, I have all SLP OEM parts.

Took a long while to find ROH's which were in poor condition. I had to have them blasted which wasn't the ideal choice. Anywho finally had them powder coated by Enigma
And purchased new Scorchers. Always wanted a set.

Hopefully I'll have the hood back next week

Until then here is how it sat for a long while.

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Wheels before restoration and after
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Re: Finally on the road to recovery

Post by BLACK-HAWK » Fri Apr 15, 2016 7:19 pm

I indirectly know how you feel about the divorce thing... The wheels look great!
10th #001 :mrgreen:

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Re: Finally on the road to recovery

Post by 02 red hawk » Wed Apr 20, 2016 3:58 pm

Ditto on the restoration looking great. No firsthand experience with a divorce here. Never said the, I do.

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Re: Finally on the road to recovery

Post by 1badchicken » Thu Apr 21, 2016 5:17 pm

02 red hawk wrote:Ditto on the restoration looking great. No firsthand experience with a divorce here. Never said the, I do.
Thanks bro

I believe in marriage. It takes lots of preventive maintenance vs under maintenance.

In all its about knowing how to forgive.
I would say that marriage surely is to be respected but to value it requires years of understanding.
Which means to love an imperfect person perfectly


As for the hawk. I couldn't be happier just knowing that it still lives 😉

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Re: Finally on the road to recovery

Post by slowbird780 » Sun May 01, 2016 1:57 pm

Wheels look amazing!

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