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New guy- Central Coast Ca
#1339893 Tue Dec 31 2019 09:49 PM
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Hello!
I’m new to this forum and working on my first project. Hoping others can offer advice on my build. I recently purchased a1953 Chevy 3600. She’s my diamond in the rough, but want to really get the wife and kids involved..... family build. Hope to have her running soon... but it’ll be a process. Looking forward to chatting! Thanks... [img]http://[/img]

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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Chico53 #1339927 Wed Jan 01 2020 02:12 AM
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Nice truck! Welcome to the forum. All the help you will need is right here, all you have to do is ask!


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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Chico53 #1339935 Wed Jan 01 2020 03:10 AM
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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Chico53 #1339943 Wed Jan 01 2020 03:51 AM
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Welcome to the 'bolt. Definitely get the family involved.. it's a lot easier to do a lot of tasks with more than 2 hands!


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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Phak1 #1339997 Wed Jan 01 2020 05:49 PM
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Thanks for the welcome!!!! From my reading so far, there’s a ton of knowledge on here! Will keep posting as we progress!! I will definitely need the help!

Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Chico53 #1340009 Wed Jan 01 2020 07:29 PM
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welcome to stovebolt. Lots of Ca. members here so watch for them.
Family projects always pay dividends. Keep us posted and see you around the garage forums.


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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Chico53 #1340048 Thu Jan 02 2020 12:49 AM
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Will do!!! Thanks

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Chico53 #1340111 Thu Jan 02 2020 05:46 PM
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Welcome - - Chico53

We all start somewhere . . . and, you've got a nice ride to start off.

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Re: New guy- Central Coast Ca
Twinshadows #1340211 Fri Jan 03 2020 04:39 AM
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Thanks Jim!!! Everyone on here seems super friendly and ready to help. Since this is my first project, it’s nice to see soooo many people on here with a ton of knowledge...and so willing to help! Thanks again!! Todd


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