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Folks Of Interest Rest in peace Bill

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mr. h, May 20, 2016.

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    We lost one of the best today
     
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  2. Whoa... what a legend, RIP Bill!
     
  3. The 39 guy
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    Now there is a man that lived a full and productive life! He has certainly left his mark in our hobby leaving behind many custom cars that many are very proud to own. Rest in peace Mr. Hines.
     
  4. Jalopy Joker
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    WOW - top notch talent, easy to talk to. sincere sympathy goes out to his Family and friends. Winfield & Watson Gathering-Mojave 111 (Small).jpg
     
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  5. Sad to hear. Rest in Peace, Bill......
     
  6. Huge loss to the car community and what a mark he made. Thanks and RIP Bill.
     
  7. I am not a custom guy normally but there is no way that you could not respect that guy.

    MLH&R Bill rest in peace.
     
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  8. I was just reading an article about him from Hemmings Motor News. Had no idea that he had passed away.

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  10. Bill Hines... a man of small stature who was bigger than life,Rest in peace.

    HRP

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  11. Jalopy Joker
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    hopefully someone can put all of these threads about passing of Bill together
     
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  12. PKap
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    His work ethic at his age, and matter of fact humility was what I admired. He was willing to pass on his knowledge and he built what he thought was cool with his own hands. Condolences to his family and friends, guys like him leave a big hole when they leave.
     
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  13. A old Caricature of Bill. HRP

    hines-8.jpg
     
  14. J. A. Miller
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    I hope Heaven is stocked up with lead bars and cigars. Godspeed Bill!
     
  15. Tony
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    Heard the news a little while ago and was crushed.
    I regret never meeting him, but have always admired him and his work from when i was just a kid.
    There will never be another like him thats for sure!
    RIP Mr. Hines..."the lead slinger"

    How 'bout a sticky for this gentleman??
    I think this one deserves it.

    Tony
     
  16. Another pioneer of the business gone -
     
  17. honested
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    a true master of his craft rip bill
     
  18. safari-wagon
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    I believe those are what kept him going like a much younger man's pace.
     
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  19. 1oldtimer
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    RIP King of the Lead..........
     
  20. Finnrodder
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    Its a sad day indeed.RIP leadslinger.
     
  21. Baumi
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    what a guy, what a life....
     
  22. Bam.inc
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  23. Wonder if it was lead poisoning... nah... couldn't be...
     
  24. LostBoy
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    If it took that long.... Lead and asbestos, biggest scape goat propaganda story ever.
     
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  25. Rice n Beans Garage
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    Legend, Legacy he is what makes our hobby great...

    R.I.P. to Bill and his Family
     
  26. desotot
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    What a story, I think the cigars filtered the lead fumes out of the air.
     
  27. Amazing man, never got to meet him. Always admired his work. I'm more into traditional hot rods than customs, but I've always been impressed with his workmanship.
     
  28. williebill
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    HRP, got that same pic on a business card he gave us years ago. Very cool.
     
  29. R.I.P. Bill. Bruce.
     

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