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Old 11-01-2006, 10:29 AM   #11
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i think you should post some pics of this truck ASAP
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Old 11-01-2006, 11:56 AM   #12
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Hi Ross, and welcome to our world. Send me some pictures, and I will post them for you.
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Old 11-01-2006, 02:49 PM   #13
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Welcome to the forum
Wow, I need to get a job at Merchants Tire in Annapolis, Im in need of at least a 30k paint job
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Old 11-01-2006, 03:03 PM   #14
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[sm=welcomesign.gif] To The Forum Ross. It's nice to have you aboard. Looking forward to
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Old 11-01-2006, 03:38 PM   #15
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I am used to nos I built a 51 ford f1 p-up for 12 yrs when its was done it was a restomod. I put about $95k into it. It had 1286rwhp.
You mean you're used to nitrous right ? NOS is a brand, nitrous is what you use, unless of course you were actually referring to a NOS kit. Wow 32k for a multi colored, multi-ghosted, flamed up, striped out paintjob, and 95k for a '51 ford!? Sounds like you are rolling in the dough.

One quick question, what does "candy apple blue" look like?... I've heard of candy apple red, but blue....hmmm...enlighten me.
Candy apple blue is a Klingon apple.

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I am used to nos I built a 51 ford f1 p-up for 12 yrs when its was done it was a restomod. I put about $95k into it. It had 1286rwhp.
You mean you're used to nitrous right ? NOS is a brand, nitrous is what you use, unless of course you were actually referring to a NOS kit. Wow 32k for a multi colored, multi-ghosted, flamed up, striped out paintjob, and 95k for a '51 ford!? Sounds like you are rolling in the dough.

One quick question, what does "candy apple blue" look like?... I've heard of candy apple red, but blue....hmmm...enlighten me.
yes I do mean nitrious I just use nos for short meaning most people I deal with know what I am talking about

Now with the candy apple blue I got the color from Boyd Coddington American Hot Rod episode Budweiser car he did for budweiser if anyone saw that episode the car was painted in candy apple blue and it looked awesome. So I wanted to paint my car that color.

And to answer your questions about money for the truck. The majority of the money I made when I was younger and NOT MARRIED (my wife wont let me spend money anymore) I made when I was a master tech working at mercedes dealer about 152K a yr. That a lot of money that you can spend when youre renting a house for 1000.00 a month and really didnt have many bills like I do now. Now my wife takes all of my money to pay for bills. And no I dont have any pictures when I sold the truck I gave the guy my binder that had all the pictures from start to finish in them so he could use it for display at shows.
My wife made get rid of 2 of my cars she didnt like having 6 cars to pay insurance for. The truck was sold by accident when I went to my 2nd car show at that time I wasnt selling it. Now my wife is making me get rid of my tbird now which I put in the classified section.
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:49 PM   #17
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That's just wrong!!!!
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:57 PM   #19
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Do you want to get rid of your rides or is your wife "MAKING" you get rid of them?
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We have a member on here whose first wife tried to make him sell his car, but his second wife bought some parts for it. Hmmmmm
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