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Old 11-13-2005, 07:36 AM   #1
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Hi, am doogie, I live in michigan and along with everyone else here see a need for alternative fuel. I am interested in furthering developments and may be able to assist. I have a small shop and am excellent with plastic fabrication and prototype.
I will be reading and following and soon will e adding my own 2 cents
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Hi, am doogie, I live in michigan and along with everyone else here see a need for alternative fuel. I am interested in furthering developments and may be able to assist. I have a small shop and am excellent with plastic fabrication and prototype.
I will be reading and following and soon will e adding my own 2 cents
Welcome doogie Tell us a little bit more about yourself and your car(s). Just curious, how much does a typical fabrication job cost?
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Welcome doogie Tell us a little bit more about yourself and your car(s). Just curious, how much does a typical fabrication job cost?
I think matt wants some rear wheel well covers, ^_^, I do too!
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Welcome doogie Tell us a little bit more about yourself and your car(s). Just curious, how much does a typical fabrication job cost?
I think matt wants some rear wheel well covers, ^_^, I do too!
Holy crap. You're right. I was busy thinking about my new n600 and I didn't even think of the rear wheel covers.
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