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Old April 6th, 2015, 03:53 PM
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I guess I just wanted to say hello, I've already been button mashing as my son says in his video game play and am not sure if I've done the right thing... If so, please feel freee to lead me in the right direction... well, as i've posted before my brother passed in a motorcycle accident and his wife passed the truck keys onto us. I would like to keep his memory alive by still building up on his truck but dont know where to start since this is all new to me... I've been more of a tuner and beetle guy myself, but i really want to give this a shot... so if you've got any guidance... i'm all ears
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From the beautiful Gulf Coast of North West Florida, AKA the Redneck Riviera. nice looking truck. Our membership is full of great ideas and insight . As a new member i would like to encourage you to participate in our daily site votes. which can be done by clicking on the vote icon at the top of the page.

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