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PostPosted: May 19, 2017, 9:32 pm 
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Good to hear from you again, Stewart. Sorry to hear about the coupe! Need to take my better half in soon for her scans. In the meantime, life goes on. :D

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PostPosted: May 19, 2017, 10:08 pm 
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rx7locost wrote:
Good hearing from you again. Great news on the bic C. Any day above ground is a good day!

I guess the possibility of an accident is one thing we accept when we get behind the wheel. Sorry to hear about yours. I agree that if you built it, you can put it back together again. It just that it gets in the way of other plans. :cheers:


I had been talking with my friends about needing another project. One of those said smart arse friends, suggested that my coupe was my new project :D That's not what I meant :D , even if its true!
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Hi Stewart,

I'm really pleased to hear from you again, I've been wondering how you were. Glad to hear that your condition is stable.

2016 was a terrible year for me as I underwent chemo for the first 6 months. I tolerated the chemo drugs very well, hardly any side effects, but they wiped out my immune system and I then spent the next 7 months constantly sick. If I saw someone sneeze on TV I caught it. However, it was all worth it as last week I was told that I'm in Remission (YAHOO!!) and that it should last for a long time....long enough that something other than leukemia will kill me. So, stay strong!! The Docs today are working miracles.

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Stewart,

Sorry to hear about your downs, elated to hear about the ups. The coupe will survive, maybe better than before. Repair at your leisure and enjoy the roadster in the meantime. It's a great car.

Live it up.

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Indeed, good to hear from you. Stewart. That's great news on the chemo results. I am sorry about your coupe. 33-34's have always been one of my lust vehicles. At today's prices, it's a dream lost, I'm afraid. In the mean time, have fun with your roadster.

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Good morning Stewart-
Happy to hear that the chemo is doing you some good. I believe your statement a few pages back was "F**k cancer!" and I'm 100% with you in continuing to feel that way.

That's a bummer about the coupe, but it can be fixed. That project should keep you out of trouble for a while. (No running off to Vegas with hot wimmen or nothing like that, young fella!)

In the meantime, write to us when you can, do a little bit in the shop when you can, hang in there, Brother, we're all with ya!

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Just bumping this. Stewart? You still out there? How's the cars coming along?


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Just bumping this. Stewart? You still out there? looking for an update on health and cars

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I got excited hoping there some news here. Hope you're doing ok Stewart.
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PostPosted: August 14, 2018, 7:16 am 
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Yeah, like Kristian, I saw this log on top of the list and thought maybe somebody had gone to Bonneville this week...

Stewart, whatcha up to these days? Let us hear from ya, please.
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I've followed your HAMB thread and just today read through this entire one. Amazing display of fortitude and determination and, best of all, imagination. Simply and utterly amazing.

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I've also just read through this amazing saga this week.

An inspirational view of man's humanity to man...


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Pretty quiet around here....


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PostPosted: October 9, 2018, 3:16 pm 
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Stewart is working on a 40s era modified right now. He's pretty active over on the HAMB.


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https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/thr ... r.1097430/

Looks like the car has been sold.


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