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Old 10-29-2007, 01:03 PM  
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Hi all! I've been a member of a couple automotive related forums, and thought I would see what was out there for my other passion. I'm glad to find this site! I hope I can offer much advice in addition to the knowledge I'm sure I'll get from everyone here.

BTW, my user name came to me as I was thinking about all the projects I have going around the house right now...


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Welcome, Always good to more opinions. And more car guy's.
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