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02-21-2006 11:24 PM

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02-21-2006 05:27 AM
Henry Highrise Welcome to Hotrodders, make yourself at home.
02-21-2006 01:40 AM
buickbabe86 Welcome John. I do a lot of lurking too. I lurk because I know very little about cars, but I've had plenty of help, suggestions and ideas from many people here.
02-21-2006 12:30 AM
Deep Sleep
Hi Guys, Great site here...

Hi all, My name is John and have been lurking around here alot. Alot of really good info to be found. I have been out of the hot rod/street machine scene for along time. I have spent the last few years mostly build my home renovation bussiness. I did post here once about a year ago and was going to do a build up of a 83 Fleetwood Caddy but that did not work out as planned. Built a nice 79 Camaro in the mid 80s, and hade some fun with my 83 Pontiac Bonnaville 4 door in the mid 90s. Can we say sleeper?
So now I have a 83 Dodge D50 in the garage that will be getting a Ford 302, A C4 or AOD trans and a 9" or 12 bolt. It will be set-up for 1/4 runs and some street duty. I want to build it with the (as I call it) 'old school' look. Like the cars that used to run back when I was young, But I can't turn my back on the improvements in the tech side of things either. Look forward to being on this site.

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