1320stang
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Edmond, Oklahoma
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Mechanical Technician @ an Engineering firm

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1320stang

Founding Member, Male, 47, from Edmond, Oklahoma

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Joined Stangnet November of '98 Nov 9, 2013

1320stang was last seen:
Dec 26, 2013
    1. 1320stang
      1320stang
      Joined Stangnet November of '98
    2. 1320stang
      1320stang
      Just surviving. Still have all my stuff, just no coinage or time to do anything with it. Still at the same place, hoping to build a 3 car garage addition (30'x40') to the existing builtin 2 car garage. The current garage has a 16x7 door, the new would have 2 12x7 doors on the front with the end bay having no door (shop area) and the back would have one 12x7 door so I could pull thru to the back yard. The closest bay would have a thickened slab for a Assymetrical lift. The middle and end bays would have loft storage. The back side of the end bay would be framed with a header for a possible future expansion back from that bay.
    3. stangboy68
      stangboy68
      It's been a while, how are u?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 7, 1967 (Age: 47)
    Home page:
    http://community.webshots.com/user/1320stang
    Location:
    Edmond, Oklahoma
    Occupation:
    Mechanical Technician @ an Engineering firm
    Car:
    '65 A-code coupe w/ TKO soon
    My Rides:
    '05 Accord
    '03 SportTrac
    '02 Grand Prix
    '00 Explorer
    '91 Festiva GL (blue)
    '91 Festiva L (red)
    '92 Festiva GL (black)
    '93 Festiva L (white)
    '65 Stang
    '63 Fairlane
    Not able to invest as much money in Stang as I would like to. Also have a '63 Fairlane drag car project, it's scheduled to be finished after Stang is.

    Racing and Mustangs

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    Larry

    "Speed costs money, how fast do you want to go?" - Mike Duffy

    Never be afraid to try something new.
    Remember, amateurs built the Ark,
    professionals built the Titanic.
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