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Old 11-17-2019, 07:20 PM   #11
Andy4639
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Originally Posted by special-K View Post
I think I remember you showing his car before. I like everything about it. He did a nice job building what could have been to look factory. The kind of custom that doesn't jump out at you.

I kinda figured your neighbor was doing some kind of moving on but I wasn't going to start guessing. That was up to you to tell and thanks for sharing. This is a big change for you. I had my neighbor Eddie since '86, when I moved here, right across the meadow always building cars and trucks with his friends, including me. Drank a couple beers with him, too. Electrical was his specialty. He worked for a union sign shop wiring them up. He retired a few years ago and moved around the Conway, SC area. It's not the same living here any more.
Well Bill has lived here all his life. He has never owned a house outside of Pickens county SC. Heck he has only been to the beach a few times in his life. I hope he will come down next summer and spend some time with us at our place. Tell your friend Eddie to look me up I'm not far from Conway if you speak to him.
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