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Howdy Y'all!!

I just found this site and wanted to join up. I just bought a 99 Suburban a couple of months ago and have been looking for a place like this to go to. I am sure I'll have some questions come up as I get more familiar with my truck and things pop up. See you around.
 

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We are glad to have you and we will be here if you need us.
 

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By the way I love your avitar. How did you make it?
 

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84fiero123 said:
By the way I love your avitar. How did you make it?
Thanks, that is some pictures of my 76 Trans Am in a burnout contest I entered here in Dallas a couple of years ago. I can't take credit for that, the moderator at Transamcountry.com made that for me out of some pictures I supplied him. I'm not that computer savy. It's a .gif if that means anything. :?
 

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Good job who ever made it.
 

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Hey, welcome. How did you hear about us?

Anyhow, I'm down in South Arlington. Love the burnout pictures, that's just a animated gif, not hard to make, you can even make them in photoshop.

I didn't think that they would let a Ranchero inside the city limits of The Colony.
 

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I saw an ad on Craigslist for this site, so I thought I would check it out.

There is a city ordinance against Rancheros here. I had to sneak it in at night and it stays covered so no one knows it's here. :)
 

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;-) Nothing wrong with having a variety of autos. What came first, the el camino or the ranchero?
 

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Ranchero debuted in '57 and the El Camino in '59.
 
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