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CJ Steak

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    Home Page:
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    Location:
    Texas
    Occupation:
    Desk jockey at a souless company
    1958 Studebaker Commander hard top. Parade Red body/ Colonial White hard top and fins. 1 of 1 car. 259 4V V8 / Flight-O-Matic.

    1962 Willys Pickup 4x4 L6 226 T90 5.88 Gears
    Nope.
    3rd generation hot rodder. Grandfather was one of the first guys in Santa Monica to start modifying bikes and Fords during and after WWII. Dad was into hot rods and the muscle car scene. I'm a mix of both genres, but really prefer the orphan cars, like my Willys, Studebaker, MG etc. If it's got an inline six, it's only that much better.

    If nobody else likes 'em, there's a good chance I will.

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    "flaygawana car like dat" - Don Vito
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