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Welcome to NH 1964FORDTUF

Guys Lets welcome 1964FORDTUF to the NH chapter.

He's got a 64 F-250 and an 01 Version
Not sure if he's a mechanic or BackYard Mechanic but like turning the wrench and seems excited about FTE.

1964FORDTUF, feel free to join in the fun.

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[QUOTE=7283-F250;14128767]Guys Lets welcome 1964FORDTUF to the NH chapter.

He's got a 64 F-250 and an 01 Version
Not sure if he's a mechanic or BackYard Mechanic but like turning the wrench and seems excited about FTE.

1964FORDTUF, feel free to join in the fun.

Thanks for the welcome, look forward to meeting up with some of you at meets, etc. I turned wrenches on trucks and cars from the 70's to the 90's, had my own shop, engines, restorations, custom pipe bending, etc. Traded that in for underwater welding as a commercial diver, which morphed into turning wrenches on ROV's and "flying" them underwater. This 64 F-250 is my return back into automotive wrenching, maybe opening a new shop down the road, having an angry wife,
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