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03-04-2006 08:24 PM
Henry Highrise Welcome, glad to have you with us here at Hotrodders.
03-03-2006 11:47 PM
lorider
new to the rod world

well hello all, this is my introduction, i am 30 live in connecticut and build drag and custom harleys.. i am new to the rod world i have a couple of starter projects, a 67 tempest wagon with ohc 6 230, a 64 belair, with 230 I6, 72 malibu no motor, and 84 chevy pu 355. my knowledge is in american air cooled v twin so if anyone is in need of bike advice please feel free, because im sure i will be in need of alot of rod advice, i have built anything and everything in the harley world, big horsepower stripped down industrial old skool is my signature when it comes to bikes, i hope to keep it the same for rods.. i look foreward to swapping info about rods,.....and bikes if anyone is in need.........................lorider

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