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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Neither here nor there
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    35

    Guess I better do this...

    Hey, Chad here, not new to the board. I had to re-register since my old ID got blown out. I am mostly a lurker and have only posted a couple of times. I really don't have much to add to the Pro-Touring realm...YET, but I am always learning!

    For those of you that I have met you will know me as Wayne Due's web guy.

    Projects in the mix include:
    1970 Chev C10 Short Fleetside
    1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

    Combined Projects with My Pops include:
    1930 Ford Model A Coupe
    1954 Ford 2 DR Post
    1957 Chev 2 DR Hardtop
    1959 Corvette Convertible - Ok this ones Dad's but I'll inherit it before he gets it done!
    1964 Mercury Comet Convertible

    Projects in the Future...hmmm, always looking for something. Possibly a Nova or Camaro (after the long list above gets whittled down anyway).



    Mostly here to hang out, pickup some tips tricks, check out the cool cars and keep current on what's going on in the realm of Pro-Touring so that I can better support Wayne's website.

    Cheers!


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Location
    Wisconsin in the woods
    Posts
    332

    Welcome

    Welcome back!

    Sounds like somebody has a longer list of projects then I do
    Keep pickin away at the list, it will get done someday.

    Brad

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Location
    Mesquite, TX
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    Welcome back, Chad.

    I'm sure you'll end up with quite a bit to contribute. Glad to have you.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jun 2002
    Location
    Long Island, NY
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    Welcome back, Chad.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Winter Park, FL
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    143
    Hey Chad. As a kid I helped my dad build a 30 Ford Tudor. Just before we painted it we ended up trading it for the 69 Firebird convertible that I'm now trying to rebuild. He was never really that excited about it anyway. He really wanted a 32 roadster to replace the deuce coupe that he had to sell when he was younger. Couldn't find one he could afford so he ended up with the sedan. Funny how many of our dads worked on the same cars