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    Any old timers (2009-2011?) still around? Randomly this forum came to mind so I jumped over to look around. I would be really interested to catch up with the old regulars and see where their interests lead them.

    Personally I have completely gotten out of the "car" scene and moved into the off-road world. I currently have a 2018 Jeep JKU that is a never ending build.



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    yeah, clearly none of us have lives. it's a shame we have no time to work on our cars or bang chicks or do drugs.
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    <looks around>
    <raises hand>
    maybe?
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    TR is driving again, 3800 swapped cressida waGN is running and nearly driving. twin engine olds should have two running drivetrains this summer and maybe roll around.

    been building a big 3d printer to print the Olds parts....out of CF reinforced abs or polycarbonate
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    I remember your username but can't remember if you ever went to the Wisconsin Dells meets back in like 2011-2012 time frame I think.

    I haven't owned a grand prix since 2015. Went to the LS engines in trucks but I check in here every now and then just because.

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    I saw this forum up on my buddy's computer ALL THE TIME back like 2006-2012 (maybe?) ... his username was incomudro ... like a brother to me RIP. I got a GP (same trip & also a 2door) a couple months ago, since his GP was his first car. Just felt like doing something kinda "memorial-like" and they seem fun.
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    Been here a minute myself...
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    I'm still floating around here...
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    Can't say I was an old timer on this forum, however I was a member of clubgp since '04. Got a few maintenance projects on the GP after just getting it back on the road and some other odds & ends stuff. Other than that I have a 2012 Fusion & a 2015 Explorer
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    Couldn't get trailing arm bushings from UMI. By chance I cleaned up the old bushings & found BMR part numbers. Who knew 🤷

    Hopefully BMR can sell me what I need. Really rather not have to buy new trailing arms just to have new bushings...
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