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About WildBill

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  • Birthday 12/08/1967

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  1. Super nice, congratulations. Squatcher has always been a great guy.
  2. WildBill

    Wild Bill

    It will be Wild Bills old car forever. DON~~~ Very true. there are a few cars that are so identified with an owner that no matter who buys them they will always be referred to in that manner. Yeah - and even more than the car identified as "Wild Bills" to me it set a "look" that many are emulating... It was a trendsetter for sure... Dale - was that really the car before?? Thank you for the kind words. Yes, that was the car before it was transformed.
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    Wild Bill

    That's it. Who owns it now?
  4. You should consider having them engineered first, then have someone build them.
  5. WildBill

    Peace

    Hi everyone! I wanted to stop in and wish all of you well. Peace.
  6. WildBill

    Peace

    Hi everyone! I wanted to stop in and wish all of you well. Peace.
  7. Personal opinion: The topic was started as "Who makes the best sand car?" so I'll take a different approach...I believe sand cars should only have about 20 or so inches of travel. Too much travel will absorb a lot of the bumps but will not get you any speed as you want the car to be in harmony with the undulations of the terrain. The car should also have enough "beef" to it as we know stuff happens but not so over built that it's a floating turd. Safety is pinnacle. Whole other topic but harnesses not straps, ability to wear a helmet in the car, visibility, comfortable, etc. The other very important thing is for the car to have the right geometry. With regular dirt tires it should drive as sound as your daily driver, not all out of control. This is a BIG issue with many cars as many will say "It's an off-road car" so it should have a different set of parameters...funny. It should be absolutely sound and in control all the time (maybe a little loose as a fast car is a loose car). Finally the discussion of power. It should have a good power to weight ratio so that you can power out of things. We usually devote power to speed but there is a lot to say about muscling through an unexpected obstacle. Peace.
  8. Is Glamis in background of this film?
  9. Supreme, how would you know if mods or admins go to G? Are you that much in the "know"?
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  11. All is fabulous in Texas...when I'm there. My travels are frequent throughout the Southeast and Mexico. I'm learning a lot and meeting many new people. My first year away from Southern California was a little...hard finding my place/space. I'm all settled down now. Believe it or not, I'm here all the time. When I am I devote my time with my kids. I think all of us have found our groove so I'll be venturing out now when I come back. All the best.
  12. Hi Friends! Checking in and saying hello. Bill
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