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Cage (Updated with color)

Today I finally got some primer on my roll cage . I was planning to shoot some color too, but the weather here is really crap right now so I decided against that. It won't be long before we're heading to the track.






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Looks Good, One Step Closer !!
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Looking good Doug. Keep up the good work.

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Nice job ! That is the way to do it !! I had everything in my car and had to do it with a spong "took forever" !!!!!!

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Nice, but I'd be lost with all them guages
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Cage looks good Doug, but your oil bucket is almost full. lol

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Lookin Good Doug,What would we do without our EAGLE racks.

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Keep pluggin' away at it. Some day it will scare the Sh&# out of you at the track.

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Great Job Doug... I remember when that thing was just a bucket of Bolts!! LOL..Its come a long way!
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Thanks for the compliments guys. We are suppose to have mid 70's weather this weekend so I should get some color on it.


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Cage looks good Doug, but your oil bucket is almost full. lol
It pretty much stays that way. Everyone comes up here to change their oil. I have to transfer it to a 30 gal drum then take it to the local auto parts store and dump it.

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Lookin Good Doug,What would we do without our EAGLE racks.
I don't know how I ever got along without one before, best money I ever spent.
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Looks gtreat Doug. Is that one of the Wolf Racecraft kits or homebuilt? Was curious, all in all nice job.
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Looks gtreat Doug. Is that one of the Wolf Racecraft kits or homebuilt? Was curious, all in all nice job.
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Thanks, and yes it is Wolfe Race Craft.
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