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Old 07-11-2010, 04:56 PM
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New to the forum introducing myself I'm in 18428 zip anyone near me send me a pm
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Welcome to the site, The Pocono Mountains a very beautiful place.
What type hotrod are you into or do you own ?

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I'm into anything that's fast or that someone put hard work into to make their own, I'm currently working on an 87 firebird my father ordered new in 87 trying to get 400 street legal horsepower from a sbc with the stock computer controlled Qjet wanna run 12s on street tires and be able to drive it the 45 mins to the track, gonna do some autocrossing too and pass it on To my son in 15 years
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