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June 20, 2008


Nine months ago, my family and my Charger left the home we'd been renting for a long time. My inlaws graciously agreed to allow me to not only store but work on my Charger while we were staying with them, which we did while we waited for our new home to become available. In January, we were finally able to move into our house. We've been continuing renovations, unpacking boxes, etc.. Finally, a few weeks ago, nearly exactly a year from the day we first laid eyes on the house we would eventually buy, the garage was ready to receive my Charger. In the slideshow below you will see a series of photos starting with the Charger in the garage at my inlaws', progressing through to the point at which it finally is resting in my wonderful 26'x26' garage. A friend and I redid the electrical setup in the garage; now there are plenty of outlets for power tools, air compressors, etc., and 24 4' fluorescent bulbs in 12 fixtures. Work can continue around the clock!

In the near future, we will be adding more detail and hopefully some new progress pictures.

Posted in 2004-present | RESTORATION


Hi there
Got to say you are a driven man. I am so impressed with what you have done so far with your charger. I only wished I would have had my product back then for you. In any case I think you can stand tall for the work you have accomplished and your part in keeping the old Chargers alive. If I can ever be of any help give me a shout. In the mean time congrads and my hat goes off to you and your family and friends that have helped you with you baby. Hope we can park next to one another some day at one of the shows.

Best wishes
Ron Lushia President
Classic Body Designs Inc.

Posted by: ron lushia at September 9, 2008 05:12 AM

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