Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by autoedit, Jan 10, 2008.
Sorry to hear Jason, my prayers go out to you and your family. Cool project.
Sorry to hear that Jason,you and your granddad will be in my prayers.
sorry to here about your grandpa.
hang in there it will get better with time.....
Thoughts an prayers.
Jason, I am sorry for the loss of your Grandfather. He left you with a love for these cars and that is so cool. Welcome to the board and what a cool project.
Boss 429 Maverick was as close as I could find.
I want a similar picture of this Viper powered Maverick when it is finished.
That's sick man!!! I love it.
Sorry to hear about your gramps, but hang in there though.
Thanks again to everyone here, I can't even express how much. I just got a bunch of my pictures together and will try to get some photos uploaded this weekend. Then the fun will begin!
Again, thanks a truck load!
I've attached a pic of my first Maverick after I "fixed it up" and painted it at the MAACO I worked at for the summer. Oh, 1985 all over again...
As if it hasn't been said a number of times, WOW - AWESOME - OUTRAGEOUS - LOVE IT !!! Sorry for your loss, what a fantastic tribute. Keep us all posted on your progress and let us know when it makes its official debut. I'm sure many of us would like to be there for you.
Looks cool!! I like that frame looks like mandrel bent? who did it??
Sorry to hear about the loss of your grandfather.
Sorry for your loss, but like RadMav said, sounds as he will always be with you.
Dang it! You will be killing them on the street. I am impressed. Where there is a will there is a way. $$$$$ Cha-Ching!!!$$$$
Very Sorry for your loss Jason.
From what I see, you have the ability and the will to make that car a fitting tribute to a good man. I look forward to seeing it progress.
I think that is the second most aggressive idea on Maverick building that I've ever seen. The first is Mavaholics' convertible project.
I appreciate your effort and the love of your grandfather. thanks for sharing that story.
I can't wait to follow the progress on that car and see the film footage of its maiden voyage. Keep up the good work.
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