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M-1 liner

Article about: this liner came the the complete M-1 Ive shown in another thread its an early 60's liner no eyelet to the front made by firestone & has been repainted so many times its really thick as i

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    Question M-1 liner

    this liner came the the complete M-1 Ive shown in another thread its an early 60's liner no eyelet to the front made by firestone & has been repainted so many times its really thick as im not sure about the originality of the paint job im considering stripping it ?
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    strip it nick it dont look great at all.dave

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    Default Re: M-1 liner

    i probably will end up doing that im also buying the parts to complete it so i can use at some point

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