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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    I'd love to see some pictures of the Chevelle!
    Here are a couple. It still has the original Forest Green paint. I installed disc brakes all around with 2" drop spindles, Eibach springs up front and fat sway bars early this year. I'll go out and take a pic under the hood after I get up later.
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    Nice! I love late 60's & early 70's muscle cars, particularly GM and Mopar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    Nice! I love late 60's & early 70's muscle cars, particularly GM and Mopar...
    Thanks. I am partial to them also. I bought the engine and built it a year before I found the right car to put it in. When I saw this wagon I had to have it. At the time I had two boys in car seats so this was the perfect muscle car for me. I just fixed it up the way I would a two door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David327 View Post
    Thanks. I am partial to them also. I bought the engine and built it a year before I found the right car to put it in. When I saw this wagon I had to have it. At the time I had two boys in car seats so this was the perfect muscle car for me. I just fixed it up the way I would a two door.
    Nice work my friend. It is probably worth more that a 2-door, as I'm sure there were far fewer wagons, and fewer still surviving! Original paint too... awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    Nice work my friend. It is probably worth more that a 2-door, as I'm sure there were far fewer wagons, and fewer still surviving! Original paint too... awesome!
    Been a while.

    Any newer people care to answer why they picked their current screen name ?


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    Hmm, I needed a new character name for a MUD in 2002 when I couldn't use Silk any more so it became Silkillion.

    Hardcore eh?


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    Reaper was our platoon callsign in Afghanistan. Callsigns are followed by numbers to identify certain squads or leadership, so on the m109 forum Reaper9 felt appropriate.

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    It is what it is...


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    I got a guitar instead of going to Disney with my family in he 80's. Peavey nitro III custom. Took a lot of lessons and never got good. Used it as a screen name and never looked back. Built my own guitar once in the shape of a flame. Didn't think going by the Flamer would go over well though. LOL Was always proud of this one.
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    I joined a jeep forum a few years ago when I had a Copper coloured CJ8 Scrambler. On that forum, Copper was already taken, so I extended it to 'Copper Cohiba', after another small passion. Have since moved on from that CJ8 to my current Wrangler JKU.

    Copper was just shorter & available when I joined this forum. Wasn't until long after I got on this forum that NSRiar pointed out to me that my forum name here is synonymous with my profession.

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    The mighty Honda CBX. Wish I had never sold mine, it was nice and well fixed up. Six-into-six polished stainless steel exhaust, adapter to mount a Kawasaki alternator in place of the orignial brushed alternator (they required frequent replacement). Much larger oil cooler with larger braided steel hoses. Different ignition. Removed the fairing and saddlebags (mine was an 81 which came with fairing and bags). Aftermarket handlebars, and RAASK rearsets.

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    The name picked me. I had no choice.

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    I think mine is self explanatory, LOL. 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikerGranny View Post
    I think mine is self explanatory, LOL. 

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    Mine my best friend gave me. Anytime something gets broken it's usually my fault, he started saying "rhino smash" anytime I knocked something over or broke a tool. I've even managed to break a stanley "fubar" hammer once... I'll see if I still have the pic. Anyway the name rhino stuck and rhinosmash got turned into a screen name

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    Ah ha,found it!

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    USMC call sign, Semper Fi!!!
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    Fubar in the Stanley tool world stands for functional utility bar. I'm not part of the USMC but my nephew is signing up so, Semper Fi! On his behaf!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinosmash View Post
    Fubar in the Stanley tool world stands for functional utility bar. I'm not part of the USMC but my nephew is signing up so, Semper Fi! On his behaf!

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    ...or in your case, I think the "Other" definition of fubar might be more fitting for that Stanley.

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    Been a Ohiostate fan since 1982

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    My Friend Glenn one day called me Biggie Latino while we were fooling around and drinking in his apartment while trying to rap. I thought it was appropriate since I'm a BIG LATINO and a BIG " BIGGIE" Fan ...The Notorious B I G.... Ever since then it's been my aol screen name so I carried it over to the forum.

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    When I first started riding, guess back in 06, my buddy always used to say. "Remember, keep the shiny side up" needless to say...it stuck :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinosmash View Post
    Fubar in the Stanley tool world stands for functional utility bar. I'm not part of the USMC but my nephew is signing up so, Semper Fi! On his behaf!

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    OORAH!!!!!
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    My name is Scott, and I don't have a very good imagination when it comes to screen names

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