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  1. i am a chevy girl.
    partial to 58-64 impalas done trad style and early 60's lowrider style.
    i am hoping to buy one soon.
    i have always been into cars, but was not raised around them. took autoshop in high school and have tinkered ever since.
  2. 3windowford
    Joined: Apr 21, 2009
    Posts: 166

    from Edison NJ

    Welcome aboard...I am new here to, there seems to be some really good info on this forum.
  3. hi and welcome to the HAMB
  4. Iceberg460
    Joined: Jun 6, 2007
    Posts: 880


    Hello and welcome from Colorado.

  5. Curly Hand
    Joined: Mar 24, 2009
    Posts: 324

    Curly Hand
    from Tucson

    Welcome, those are for sure some cool years of Chevrolets to be into, especially with the S.S. scalloped head 348 & 409's. This kid has taste fellow H.A.M.B.ers. I think this a great place to collect information on your way to obtaining your vintage Chevy, and once more a great place to potentially obtain a vintage Chevy. Lots of people here, lots of contacts, lots of information. I am an F.N.G. myself, and people have helped me out with questions I have had in regards to vintage Holley carburetors. Don't be afraid to ask a question, people here love to talk shop. Best of luck to you on getting that vintage Chevy. Maybe you will get a S.S. 409!!!! My little brother is putting a scalloped head 348 and tri-power in his "33" Ford Sedan, it's really a cool looking motor. Check them out, if you have not already done so. Anyway, best of luck, and remember: consiga a su amigo del coche.
  6. Flying Weasel
    Joined: Mar 18, 2009
    Posts: 80

    Flying Weasel

    Welcome from Iowa
  7. Lucky667
    Joined: Dec 3, 2008
    Posts: 2,233

    from TX

    ChevyGirl, Hello & Welcome from Canyon Lake.


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