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57windycoupe
Posted 2014-05-22 6:54 PM (#441935)
Subject: introduction



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I think we should have an introduction sub forum for the new guys who join to say hello and problem, aspirations, etc for their forward look vehicles.
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60 Imp
Posted 2014-05-23 5:48 AM (#441995 - in reply to #441935)
Subject: RE: introduction


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Bad idea, Doc will be onto them like a shot, trying to talk them into installing a 350 Chev (billet everything) and 6 speed manual gearboxes

Steve.
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Old Ray
Posted 2014-05-23 9:32 AM (#442016 - in reply to #441935)
Subject: RE: introduction



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57windycoupe - 2014-05-22 4:54 PM

I think we should have an introduction sub forum for the new guys who join to say hello and problem, aspirations, etc for their forward look vehicles.



As the unofficial self-appointed spokesperson on behalf of all rookies I concur, good idea!


60 Imp - 2014-05-23 3:48 AM

Bad idea, Doc will be onto them like a shot, trying to talk them into installing a 350 Chev (billet everything) and 6 speed manual gearboxes

Steve.


……………..and the down side is?
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57windycoupe
Posted 2014-05-25 1:46 AM (#442180 - in reply to #442016)
Subject: Re: introduction



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Was thinking possibly a sticky in the member's rides forum
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