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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-31-2005 07:03 AM
Henry Highrise Glad to have you with us here at Hotrodders, make yourself at home and enjoy the site.
12-30-2005 10:30 PM

most people here don't "do ricers" but we will give them the respect if they are worthy of it
how about a few pictures?

12-30-2005 08:01 PM
Hello to all and the best in the New Year

Hi all! I am new here - 54 years old and I love old cars - as long as they are Morth American built - I am not as fan of imports, thank you very much. *smile* No offence meant to anyone with that statement, by the way - it's just personal choice. My first love is the '59 Chevrolet line followed by '59 Fords and mid sixties C body Mopars. My family's and my modest collection of projects will attest to the fact that I love 'em all. I am more of a purist than a rodder but I have learned to appreciate the time and effort that it takes to do anything constructive on an automobile regardless of whether it is being rodded or restored. I hope to make some friends here and learn from others regarding anything automotive. Life is good - and here's wishing everyone a happy and blessed New Year!

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