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    Birthday:
    Aug 12, 1970 (Age: 43)
    Location:
    so-cal
    Occupation:
    Welder/Fabricator Owner Circle City Hot Rods
    1931 Model A Chrysler Hemi Power
    1955 Cadillac Coupe De Ville
    I was influenced early on by my Uncles and some of the guys that lived on my street. When I was 16 I bought a 65 Mustang Fastback, I built the engine and assembled the car, I learned how to do Mechanical stuff as well as Body and Paint on it. In my early 20's I bought a 54 Caddy Coupe Deville, I started hanging out at some of the local hangouts and I met some of the guys from the Shifters. The rest is history I got bit by the hot rod bug hard. I wanted to learn everything, I quit my decent paying job and went to work in a shop called AFT, from there I went to work in a bunch of different machine shops and Fab shops. The last shop I worked in was Boyd Coddingtons Garage. I quit working there to Start my shop Circle City Hot Rods.
    Jimmy White
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