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    Congrats Chuck! Another single exhaust model in the family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck W View Post
    Others?

    He's the only one.

    (Hint: Check his name. BTW, I'm a "4th" )

    Gotcha, lol.

    I don't think you're much older than I am, I was 31 when Cole was born. I can honestly say that I sure as heck wasn't ready for kids in my 20's. I daresay you were probably a little more so, but either way, kids change everything. There's no way I could
    imagine the lifestyle I had prior to 2008.


    But I digress, and congrats again on continuing your family lineage
    '87 Mustang notch; 5 lug, PBR calipers, 3.55 gears, SFC's, mild 5.0 with '40P's, Cobra intake, E cam, BBK headers and X pipe, Flowmaster exhaust.
    "still slower than your grandma's scooter"..

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    congrats! I know who's the most proud; I don't know who looks more tired in that pic, however.

    Well done.

    Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderbirdSport302 View Post
    Gotcha, lol.

    I don't think you're much older than I am, I was 31 when Cole was born. I can honestly say that I sure as heck wasn't ready for kids in my 20's. I daresay you were probably a little more so, but either way, kids change everything. There's no way I could
    imagine the lifestyle I had prior to 2008.


    But I digress, and congrats again on continuing your family lineage
    I'll be 49 in Nov, so a little older.

    My first wife had a 2-yr old when we got back together in my 20's. That was more than enough at the time, and since then, the situation just wasn't right to even think about having any of my own. Until now, that is.
    Long live the 4-eyes! - '83 Tbird Turbo

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    Congrats Chuck! I expect your newest product maybe four-eye specific car seat anchor points.

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