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How I Got Started & Why I Like Dodges Tell us how you got interested in old Dodges and why you like them,
or some sort of explanation for your disease...

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Old 12-03-2013, 09:22 PM   #1
Matthew Welcher PWA
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Well, It is a Long story... Here is the condensed version. My Step Father had a 1967 GTX 440 4 speed car. I wanted it so bad. My mother said NO! He sold It, I went to the land of the small block chevy and made go fast Chevelles. Mainly because I was mad.. I made them fast and for years I continued to do so.. Then one day I found myself surrounded by some of the friendliest most die hard Dodge people I have ever met. The Vintage Power Wagon Rally really turned me around, I Love my Dodge trucks, Flat Fenders, M37's, 1/2 Tons and anything else that happens to roll into the shop. As i once heard "welcome to the dark side, we have milk and cookies" Gotta Love Dodge Trucks!!
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:08 PM   #2
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And we are glad you are with us. No better people on the face to have as friends. To bad about the GTX though.
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