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12-15-2012 09:59 PM
suspect Thanks. lol dinks!
12-10-2012 08:15 AM
RWENUTS Welcome Dan!!
From another Dan. And we're DINKS too!!
Double Income No Kids!!!
Quite the project.
12-09-2012 04:38 PM
suspect
New from Oklahoma City

When I do various internet searches, Hotrodders shows up 95% of the time. Seems like a friendly crowd and I've learned a thing or 2 already.

I'm Daniel, 33 and it's just my wife and I. No kids. I'm not biased to just chevy or ford or dodge. I enjoy all rides. 10 yrs ago, I was huge into fox body mustangs. I've built an 87 gt and a 93 coupe.

I'm currently in the middle of a 69 C10 frame off build that I started Jan. this year. So far, Accuair w/re7's all around, wilwood disc w/drilled&slotted rotors all around, ride tech tubular uppers/lowers, boyd welding alum rear gas tank. I have the chassis 95% complete, now I'm just starting on a 383 build. My scat crank, h beam rods, flat tops, block, etc will be showing up any day. Once I get it assemblied and my piston to deck measured, I'll be ordering some AFR 195 heads, then FAST EZ EFI.

I have a full build thread on 67-72chevytrucks.com (project captain insano) - wife named the project. lol I figure she thinks anyone that builds a ride from the frame up is insane. I'm sure everyone on here thinks that is perfectly sane!

Looking forward to learning more from everyone here. And hopefully I can pass on some help also.

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