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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mikebishop37, Feb 28, 2022.
Welcome back Mike!
Glad to see you're back at it Mike.
Aha. This would explain your lack of response. Hope you are well my friend.
Welcome back to the HAMB.
Just received a copy of your book as a gift from a HAMB friend.
When I first saw this thread, I thought "Nawww, can't be THAT Mike Bishop"...
How to Build a Traditional Ford Hot Rod
That is among the "Holy Books" in my library. This is pretty exciting and he's a great addition to the "heavy hitters club" on the HAMB
@mikebishop37 "How do I get back in the group?" That's like an escapee breaking back into the loony bin!
Oh and welcome back sir and may I get an autographed copy of your book? Asking for a friend. Just slide it through the bars on my door, ward 6, third padded room on the left.
I met Mike when he was working for American Rodder, he shot my Roadster early one Sunday Morning in Bakersfield, and we finished up in an orange grove on the way to Famosa. He was driving his famous '29, and I asked him if he wanted to drive my car. He said sure, so we traded for a couple miles to the track. I couldn't been happier with the article, and we have been friends ever since. Mike, I am glad you came back to us, you are a wealth of information, and a great guy.
Yeah but we can! LOL
Is this your original profile ? If so you can still access it.
If you-all haven’t read the good book as told by Bishop, get one.
Welcome back. Clem has nailed it. Mike Bishop's profile is AV8. I saved a lot on porting flatheads from Mike's threads.
This is the thread for his release of his book on rebuilding and modifying flathead engines. He was offering to sign books and had some frustration with Amazon.
This is the HAMB name opposite Mike's mail address for purchasing the book.
Cotter pins or Kotter person?
Welcome back to the HAMB AV8/Mike B., glad to see that your still around and hopefully porting those flatheads still. Maybe @Ryan can help you with your old username and passcode.
Contact Ryan,,,,,,he can fix it .
Welcome back, hope all your medical problems are behind you.
I just thought you were playing piano in a cathouse somewhere. Good to see you back.
Maybe Ryan will chime in here!
As one who has experienced his own medical challenges, very glad to see you're doing better - welcome back, brother !
Absolutely one of the best books in my collection, It was invaluable when I built my 29 15 yrs ago . I still have the car and the book. welcome back Mr. Bishop
Hi, Mike! I'd wondered where you've been. Glad you're back, and I hope all is well with you.
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