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Old 01-13-2013, 10:51 PM
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Love to Hot Rod!

Hey guys, obviously new, but I've always come to this site for new ideas. I've got a beautiful '67 Firebird; I've always loved the looks of these things, but I love my burnouts too! Seeing as how you've all helped me unknowingly for so long, I decided to give something back to this glorious and like-minded community!

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Old 01-13-2013, 10:53 PM
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Welcome aboard...What got me started in this wonderful hobby was a 1967 326, 4 speed Firebird....bought it when I was 15, (to young to drive but old enough to know what I wanted). The 326 was fast enough for a 15 year old but when I got older so did the 326. The paint started to crack and the car needed to get faster. With loads of passion and lots of 1970's "modern for the times" upgrades and a donor car for the engine...the Firebird went fast and the new black lacquer paint made the car the talk of the town.

Some 37 years later I had the opportunity to go back to my home town...It amazed me that people didn't really remember me until somebody said..."weren't you that guy with that cool Firebird"....and the next line is "do you still have it", (I hate that question because I don't)

Still have that same love for those 1st gen Firebird's and now that I'm in a position where I do my best build cars for my customers, I'm always reminded of that little 67 Firebird that kindled the passion and in more than a little way, brought me to where I am today.

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Old 01-14-2013, 05:18 AM
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Welcome aboard. Your Avatar is like personal license plate but I can't figure it out. I hope you don't mind me asking but ALTM4N must mean something

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Welcome aboard. Your Avatar is like personal license plate but I can't figure it out. I hope you don't mind me asking but ALTM4N must mean something

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It's my last name, I just couldn't use the second 'A' so I replaced it with something that looked close-
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It's my last name, I just couldn't use the second 'A' so I replaced it with something that looked close-
Cool, I was trying to make something more out of it. Welcome to the forum. Lots of good info here.

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