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I just invited someone to join the chapter and he felt he may be to young (17) to get out to the meets. My son is a member (even though he doesn't post ) hopefully when he gets into working on his Bronco he'll start, he just turned 18 last month. I read a thread in another forum asking birth dates and was surprised at the age differences in the membership. One of the posters noted that despite the age gap, their was a great level of communication between the generations. Maybe it means some of us guys never grow up
Post up your real name and birthday if you want.
Soondg (Joe) 9-12-53
STUFF IS COOL-TORQUE PULLS MORE STUFF- TORQUE IS COOL
Pennsylvania Chapter, Home of the Mid Atlantic Meet JOIN US HERE!
Hey, even if he can't get out to the meets, this is still a great place to hang out. Lots of info, especially with the guys asking about all the muddin spots lately. And there's some young guys here too, like me.
I won't make a signature until you realize the irony...
Hmmm let me see, have to take off my shoes to count this high!
Pen Argyl, PA
05 F550 pics at http://community.webshots.com/user/dave1958007
64 F100 --> project in the works, using on farm right now
65 galaxie 500 352
76 scout II
AERC member (if you don't know what that is www.aerc.org)
and a bunch of horses and other stuff around the farm.
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