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Hi from Texas.Just joined,and look forward to many visits in the future!Thanks for this oppertunity.
 

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Welcome Ronb! My current "thing" is to ask "what brought you here?" It's always interesting to know why someone decided to join a tri-five site -- do you own one (or more than one?), do you want to own one, are you in the process of restoring one, etc?
 

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Welcome Ronb! My current "thing" is to ask "what brought you here?" It's always interesting to know why someone decided to join a tri-five site -- do you own one (or more than one?), do you want to own one, are you in the process of restoring one, etc?
Hi Mike,thanks for the welcome! #1 got a email about this site,and looked youall up.#2I'owned 1 57'2dr.ht many yrs.age and have not lost interest in 55-57's.#3At present a friend & I are restoring 67'-72 chevy swb pick-ups cus they are easier to locate,and are in our price range.We are both retired from the car business,and have messed w/trucks most of our lives.I have a 30'X50'x10' shop at my home where we do our playing 7 days a week.Please keep in touch w/us because we always need advice!
 

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Rob, I was into pickups for awhile. This is a 70 I chopped, lowered, shaved handles, closed the stake pockets in the bed, did the interior in emerald green velour, put a 350 in it with a Dun-tov 30-30 cam etc. etc.

 

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Damn nice truck! You know I'm old cus I remember what a Dun-Tov 30-30 cam was.Thanks for the great pic,gotta go now.Talk to you later:D
 

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Your shop sure beats the heck out of my narrow one car garage that I get to work in! I've been in the process of having a new house and garage designed and just haven't gotten around to building it. The new garage should be extra long and extra high for my tinkering, and then if I can afford it, I'm planning a "work" garage out in the back which should have plenty of room, not to mention all the amenities (tv, fridge, etc.) -- of course, that's just a dream at this point, but I need something to think about when I'm lying on my back under my 57 with tranny fluid dripping on my head! :)
 
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