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falconsprint63
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falconsprint63

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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Mayberry
    Occupation:
    Museum Director
    1933 ford pickup
    1960 Nash Metropolitan
    Street Tiques of Asheville
    I grew up hot rodding. Some of my earliest memories involve my dad's Chocolate and Gold A Model Sedan (sold when I was 3). Spent the remainder of my childhood rolling around the back floorboard of a 35 ford coupe. I was given the option to buy or build my first car so at 12 I purchased my truck for the first time--it was also dad's first rod (it's a long family saga that involves a house fire that destroyed the truck when I was a baby and to date something like two dozen times dad or I have owned the truck).

    After painting cars for folks all through high school and college I tossed my masters aside and and officially opened Hillbilly Rod and Custom. I spent two years mostly fininshing projects other folks had abandoned mid -stream for them then determined that my back couldn't handle building full time. Put my education back to work and found a desk job, but I continue to do work for myself and other folks on the side.

    I'm a diehard ford man, but acquired a taste for caddy's. Generally, though, if it's old I like it and will work on it. My philosopy it's just old metal.
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