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Old 07-28-2014, 10:20 AM   #29
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Since you were into old Pontiac-powered dragsters--I guess you remember Eddie Hill?
My dragster is a 2010 built to look like it came from the late 60's. I have become very interested in twin engine dragsters lately. I might have to build one.

I have only been drag racing for 5 years I got tires of the show car stuff.

Did some research on Eddie Hill before responding, I did not know of him. Thanks
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I have received a check for the full amount of the job.
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Good to hear they maid it right
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Good to hear they maid it right
It was a war.
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