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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Tue Mar 18, 2014 2:43 pm


Looks great Manny!!! You keep it up and you will have a Dolly Parton bus like mine. NO I doon't mean a bus that Dolly owned, Just that there ain't nothin original left on it!!LOL
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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:37 pm


Beautiful, Manny. Your whole bus is just beautiful.
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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:46 pm


Love it Manny. I was looking at the pictures and thinking man that back splash was making that chrome faucet look outta place and then, next pic it was changed to the perfect choice. Awesome bus buddy cant wait to see the new changes in person. Tell Darlene we said hey.

See ya soon amigo

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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:21 am


Thank you guys. And yeah Eric, we have to keep these old gals looking new. KY Steve, I've been following your progress on your blog. Looks like you are almost to the Finish Line!!! Looking forward to meeting up in Daytona. Next project is to redo the floor.
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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Fri Jul 18, 2014 7:25 pm


POST # 63

LED Interior Lights

We were in IKEA and I noticed these lights. Thought they were pretty cool and might add some accent inside Not a huge project but really liked how it turned out. It runs on 110 and was not difficult at all to install. You can change the colors and they will even change automatically if you want. Price was right too!

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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Sat Jul 19, 2014 7:30 am


Now that is way nice Manny, looking good!
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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Mon Jul 21, 2014 6:52 am


The lights add a nice touch

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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Tue Jul 22, 2014 3:18 pm


Thanks Van and Wayne you know me I'm always trying to improve the old bird. I have more projects coming up I just need more time plus the weather here is too hot. Winter is coming in a few months LOL!!!
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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:23 pm


POST # 63

I got a GoPro Camera for my birthday (in Sept) and figured I'd catch some videos of me driving the Eagle.
You can see how much easier it is to drive since I rebuilt the front end a few years ago.





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Re: Manny & Darlene's Eagle 05
Mon Nov 03, 2014 2:39 pm


Manny where did you screw that camera to you forehead :lol: That looks like a nice setup how long does it record?

Wayne

PS have you ever made a key for a 15 fuel cap ? Or is it easier to get a new lock ?
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