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ALLIANCE MEMBER, Male, 32, from Bay City, MI
- Bigcheese327 was last seen:
- Dec 18, 2014 at 3:25 PM
- Jun 15, 1982 (Age: 32)
- Bay City, MI
1926 Ford Model T frame/1928 Chevrolet engine - to become a gow job touring car
1950 Studebaker Champion - stocker, but soon to receive some mild hop ups
1961 Ford Falcon Futura - daily driver, to become the wife's gasser
1962 Ford Falcon Deluxe - ru
I try to do everything I can on my cars (perhaps more than I ought to), and I’m always looking to learn more. But the fact of the matter is that I’m not a welder, fabricator, machinist, or body man - I’m a lawyer.
- Cagers - Bay City
My dad, who spent twenty years working on cars professionally and semi-professionally, encouraged me to go to school to have more money to spend on cars. He said if I had to work on them during the week, I’d quickly lose interest in working on them over the weekend.
Thus, I enjoy wrenching when I can, and I’m happy to support talented craftsmen who want to work on old cars because they love them. Maybe I’m just a dilettante, but I like to think of myself as a would-be patron of the art of hot rodding.