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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Fri, Oct 07 2005, 10:33PM

Hey Dan, kudos on the fun topic! I love seeing what others do for fun. That's some amazing stuff, folks.

I'm into cars as well, mostly 60's & early 70's Chevy muscle cars, also like drag racing them. Also music, drums and guitar, and have wanted forever to build a guitar but can't find the time! Radio controlled planes, photography, astronomy, and traveling in my RV. Unfortunately with Georgia now having the highest gas prices in the country (!!!) the RV sits unused. :cry:
I'll try to post a couple pics...

1970 Chevelle restored by my brother and I:
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1967 Chevelle waiting for restoration:
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Me, playing (you guessed it) \"Play That Funky Music White Boy\". No, not my real hair... it's never that \"calm\". :wink:
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Postby Mike Bowers » Sat, Oct 08 2005, 7:32AM

Jeremy Schiffer wrote:Hey Dan, kudos on the fun topic! I love seeing what others do for fun. That's some amazing stuff, folks.

I'm into cars as well, mostly 60's & early 70's Chevy muscle cars, also like drag racing them. Also music, drums and guitar, and have wanted forever to build a guitar but can't find the time! Radio controlled planes, photography, astronomy, and traveling in my RV. Unfortunately with Georgia now having the highest gas prices in the country (!!!) the RV sits unused. :cry:
I'll try to post a couple pics...

1970 Chevelle restored by my brother and I:
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1967 Chevelle waiting for restoration:
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Me, playing (you guessed it) "Play That Funky Music White Boy". No, not my real hair... it's never that "calm". :wink:
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I'm gonna steal that pic of you and make it my new avatar.... :D

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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Sat, Oct 08 2005, 11:28AM

hehehe... go for it Mike! Chicks dig the big hair. :wink:
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Postby Mike Bowers » Sat, Oct 08 2005, 12:02PM

Jeremy Schiffer wrote:hehehe... go for it Mike! Chicks dig the big hair. :wink:

There is a difference between big hair & a fro…..Bro
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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Oct 09 2005, 3:37PM

Nice Chevelles Jeremy! My first car(way back in High School) was a '68 Chevelle El Camino w/327. I would love to rebuild(OVERHAUL!) one someday...............

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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Sun, Oct 09 2005, 9:23PM

Thanks Brian. I've always been a fool for Chevelles... someday I hope to get a '67 convertible. Definitely hang on to your El Camino! These days it's better to have an asset like that than cash, because our \"cash\" isn't worth too much anymore. :wink:
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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Oct 09 2005, 9:34PM

Next on my wish list is a 1963 Falcon El Ranchero...and I know where one is for $700! The wife won't let me get it though until I get the '34 pickup finished and sell the '27 roadster. I guess she has a point since the garage is full and we have to park in the driveway.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Oct 09 2005, 11:44PM

Good luck with that one Dan! :roll:

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Postby CameronEchols » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 5:02PM

here is a pic of my hobby
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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 5:09PM

That looks like a blast Cameron!!
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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 6:17PM

Yeah Cameron! That's what I'm talkin' about!

I got addicted to riding ATVs on sand dunes a few years ago at the Little Sahara in Oklahoma. A couple of years ago I got a CR125 dirt bike and put a paddle tire on the back and went back to the Little Sahara with it. It stormed! With the 10' metal whip on the back of the bike, I was a lightning rod. The folks there said that was the first rain they had had in forever. Just my luck...

Is that you in the driver's seat Cameron? Do you build those buggies?
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Postby CameronEchols » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 6:50PM

ya that is me driving my whole family is addicted we have been going to the imperial sand dunes in California since the early 1980's Me and both my brothers and my dad have cars we buy the frame and assemble the cars our self I have one more pic of my dads car
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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 7:06PM

Ah, the wonderful thing about Tigger is a Tiggers a wonderful thing! :lol:
Cool buggie!!
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Postby Rolf Bergstrom » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 8:31PM

Oh I hate to bring back this memory... This is what I had to sell to start my business a few years ago. I needed the money and the garage. I still have the '96 but the '72 had to go. 67K original miles and all original numbers matching except paint and top. I had to post after seeing the other Chevelles.
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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 8:58PM

This paint & lettering might look familiar :wink:
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