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uh oh this guy is back

Post by subaru_styles »

seems like its been forever! past few years I haven't really been on here, busy with my gen2s..... yes is still have my ss, and recently acquired the old 94 gt back

I see in typical fashion fb has killed the car forums over the past few years
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Post by carfreak85 »

Oh yeah, FB may have made it easier to connect with people around the world, but it sure has put the kibosh on forum participation (although this has always been one of the quietest of the forums I regularly visit...)

Welcome back! You really should be working on the EA82 though, parts are hardest to find for that one, and getting harder every day.

You gonna make it out to any of the shows this year? It's been a while since I've seen you.
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Post by originalcyn »

Ah exciting! Welcome back.

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Post by Omega79 »

Welcome back, I'll piggy back on yours and say I'm sort of back too. I picked up a couple first gens early last year and have been too busy to do much to them. Got them both on the road and driving now, now I can start fixing not so serious issues.
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