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Posted 2004-07-15 11:07 PM (#8944)
Subject: in the dry south west



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Welcome all..... To the sunny hot dry southwest.....We now have a region of our own!....John
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Kenny J.
Posted 2004-07-20 4:05 PM (#9130 - in reply to #8944)
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I suppose you can include Southern Nevada in your fold?

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Posted 2004-07-20 10:53 PM (#9165 - in reply to #9130)
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welcome aboard kenny...lol.....
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Posted 2004-07-21 8:48 PM (#9215 - in reply to #9165)
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Hey John, My son just moved to Tempe on Monday! from New Jersey no less. He doesnt share the same hobby as his dad, but I now have a connection in AZ.
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Posted 2004-08-04 1:55 AM (#9857 - in reply to #8944)
Subject: RE: in the dry south west



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John,

It's great to see new Regions popping up. I will contact you next time I am out your way. This Region thing is spreading like a Firesweep, pun...LOL, glad to see more regions!!!

-Chris Suminski
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-09-03 2:00 PM (#11907 - in reply to #8944)
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Hey Bob

Tempe, Massa, Pheonix, that's where all the good yards are

I might be going to Messa on 29th.

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Posted 2004-09-03 2:49 PM (#11915 - in reply to #11907)
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Steve...

If you come across a 55 or 56 DeSoto with AC, I need the AC blower/Thermostat control unit and bezel.

Thanks,

Hank
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-09-03 3:06 PM (#11918 - in reply to #8944)
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Hey Hank

I'm going down there on business, not scrounging, although I would love too. I was telling Bob incase he needed something hand carried to his son.

But to solve your problem try Mooresautosalvage.com They seem to have some real nice stuff and a complete inventory. Talk to Rich and tell him you're a member of forward look

By the way, I replied to the LARS issue in that other thread

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razor_jim
Posted 2004-10-05 3:57 AM (#14580 - in reply to #8944)
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Hi everyone, just thought I'd get my ten cents in here. I'm not a Mopar owner yet, but I hope to be one soon. I totally dig the Forward Look cars, almost never do you see one on the road down here in California.

I'd totally love to blast some rice rockets off the road with a nice big Plymouth. As if I don't already do that with my F**d, but I digress...
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-06 10:49 AM (#14710 - in reply to #8944)
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That's OK Brion   Enjoy the site while you search.  There are actually quite a few that don't have FL cars yet but are working on it.  Tell everyone what you want!  Maybe someone has a lead for you.
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-10-12 9:45 PM (#15175 - in reply to #8944)
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Sorry John.  I wasn't ignoring you.

I have been doing everything in little windows lately.  100 Miles is going to probably be tough time wise.  The distance doesn't bother me. . . I ususally have limited time while in Messa.  They keep me hopping while I am there. . . .   But I will make an effort as soon as I get this trip scheduled.  Big problem is my business is 24/7 so there is very little time I can be out of the office.  Besides, it usually takes me two weeks to straighten out what my partner screws up in two days.  LOL  He still hasn't learned how to fill the throne yet.

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Posted 2004-10-13 12:31 PM (#15260 - in reply to #8944)
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Thats fine Steve...come if you have the time....if your tight for time and cant make it...i understand.. the old saying.....work before pleasure...cos work brings in the money$$$...and pleasure$$$ spends it.....John
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MorePar
Posted 2004-11-05 12:06 AM (#17177 - in reply to #8944)
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Hey! Where is the Rocky Mountain Region forum??You got at least a few of us up here in Colorado.

Slim
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Posted 2004-11-06 10:18 PM (#17283 - in reply to #17177)
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Hi Slim
Come and join the team here in the dry south....I will ask dave if we can include Colorado too, if you want ?...John
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62chrysler
Posted 2004-11-06 10:58 PM (#17287 - in reply to #8944)
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Gee Whiz John.  We took Boston in our group. . . .That's about as far. . . . Hey there are dry spots in Colorodo too!  I saw one once. . .  Had a bit of trouble breathing though. . . Don't know if it was the thin air or less smog. 
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Posted 2004-11-07 3:44 PM (#17328 - in reply to #17287)
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Hi Steve....
Sounds like where i live too..we are at over 5500ft....i came here from sea level (NZ)....took me ages to ajust to the thinner air...Huffing and Puffing...bleeding noses....but the rust free cars made up for it...LOL....John
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SAVOY2
Posted 2005-03-30 10:40 PM (#27976 - in reply to #17328)
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you can also include the reno/sparks nevada area. everybody needs to see the Hot August Nights car show... august 1 to 7 this place gets packed. summit racing equipment is here too... 1958 savoy
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cristinesbro
Posted 2007-09-10 4:47 PM (#96146 - in reply to #8944)
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Where does a guy from Texas belong? am I the only Texan on here?
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