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I had no idea that the chassis was that far along. It looks like you could drive this to the Open House next year.
[IMG] We are having our 4th annual Open House on May the 4th in our new location. We'll have free food and drink while supplies last. We fed about...
awful nice work Dan
It never occurred to me to post something about the move. I'm probably too concerned about spam to do something like that here. But I guess it is...
Outstanding! nice to see it all coming together.
DaveInc...I'd like to see you shoot more of Clay's stuff. You captured a bit of Richmond there too.
pasadenahotrod- Sorry about the slow response. I'm not hiding anything, I am just bad about checking in on the HAMB. But the history of the...
We are having our 3rd annual Open House this Saturday. It's supposed to be 67 and sunny. Bring your friends, family and neighbors, all are...
Glad to hear that things are up and running full time. Congrats!
I don't care if he is 22 or 62; he has heart, guts and talent. Nicely done Dan.!
It always looks easy when it is all together. That is how you know that it is well thought out and built. Nicely done gents!
[IMG]Well folks, we are putting on a big show for a great cause on a big day in central VA. There will be a cruise in from 3-6 with music...
Thanks to everyone who came out and made this the great time that it was.[IMG]
Wow, that turned into a slippery slope.
Run what you built and I we can discuss it tomorrow over a fender (or lack there of) at the shop.
Would that be traditional SBC or trad-ish SBC?
And by popular request: New shirts that will be available at the Open House.
Friend of a friend, I'll get you his number.
TomT- glad to hear the parts worked out, let me know what you need on the engine. I have a good...
Will do, see you soon.
fenderless, THAT is commitment! I love it.
Pete, I am excited for you and excited to see the truck. I know that it will all work out.
The Original Joe Smith is alive and well in Atlanta, GA. We talk about once a week. I bought the business that he started in 1965 and sold in 1995...
This is my way of saying thank you for the support that I have received over the years from the hot rod community. I certainly appreciate...
Any progress this weekend?
Glad you kept the Flathead...
That sir, is romantic. Happy Valentine's Day indeed.
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