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Old 06-13-2007, 12:46 AM
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Building your own race car is a matter of following these simple steps

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Nice find jimfulco. You can get mesmerized watching that.
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I think they are the same steps for "Building a street rod", "Building a show car", etc.

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Old 06-13-2007, 08:21 AM
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wow .... still trying to stop following around the balls!!! lol
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Thought that was the same paths to follow for a successful marriage.
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doesn't a successful mirriage end in divorce?
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That looks just like where I used to work - but we didn't build racecars though .


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Look like a govrnment job to me.
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Look like a govrnment job to me.
Nope, as a retired Govt employee I can tell you it can't possibly be a government job. A Govt job would have had only one ball at a time working and all except one employee would have been gone on a two hour lunch break!!
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