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  • Topic: old guy old project
  • Started by bobjob Feb 5, 2010 at 10:51 am
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  1. #1 Feb 5, 2010 at 10:51 am

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    guess i have to introduce myself ,,, i'm 56, married 3 kids 1 grandkid,, all living with me... i have 2 projects,, 1 a 1948 dodge town sedan , 3 1/2 " chop , nova front clip, dual headlites frenched.. still a long ways off.. and a 1963 chevy carryall (burb).. that i have owned- driven for over 25 years now with no problems.. decided to stop it a few years ago to finally finish it.. got to squeaking and poppin.. so a complete overhaul is needed.. being out here in the hot Arizona sun, i think its time for some a/c ..got stalled on my toys 2 years ago,, and now have some health issues going in and out of hospital for surgery's and not being able to move legs and left arm.. just a temporary thing ( or so i'm told) computer turns out to be good therapy..had some photoshop work done to help keep me motivated..you can see them , i posted some pics i started a photo album....my avatar is one of MY front end done..
     

     

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