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#1156869 Sat Mar 26 2016 01:10 AM
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New to the forum myself. From Nebraska as well, where in Nebraska are you located. Have two c10 projects, 64 GMC short box and 65 GMC v6 suburban pretty much orginal.

Dave Goch #1156984 Sat Mar 26 2016 11:29 PM
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Welcome to the Bolt Dave. I know you ask Habu from Nebraska where he lives but you need a welcome post all your own. He'll see this or, after you have made 4 post, you can then send him a PM for more information.
I've see several bolters here from Nebraska. Watch the threads/post and you'll see them as they participate in forum discussions.
You'll also find quite a few GMC guys hanging around here.


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Dave Goch #1157001 Sun Mar 27 2016 12:22 AM
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Welcome Dave, 2 GMCs, sounds good. Be sure to visit the 60-66 forum.
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