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MikeInOregon
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Post by MikeInOregon » Sun Feb 10, 2008 8:10 pm

Hello Everyone,
I live in Portland Oregon and I am a member of the Imperial and New Yorker club and also the Chevy Panel Truck club, which is why I am interested in propane power for bigger older V-8 motors.
I am a do-it-yourself'er kind of guy. I restore and drive every car I've ever owned.
In the '70's and '80's I designed Solar and Underground homes and I was heavily involved in the electric car movement. The biggest drawback then, was the batteries, power, range, and recharging. These same things still seem to be a drawback 20 or 30 years later.
I hope I can contribute to your site, but I am eager to learn more about the propane/LPG conversion process and availability of conversion parts. I am also interested in fabricating parts if necessary........ THANKS, Mike


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Post by Steptoe » Sun Feb 10, 2008 9:50 pm

Welcome to our little community...
have a good lok around here, u will find a lot of interesting stuff
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Post by C3H8 » Mon Feb 18, 2008 1:47 pm

Welcome Mike. You will find lots of interesting stuff and help on the site. In addition there are many suppliers in a reasonable range to you both in the US and Canada.

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