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Old 11-20-2009
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Hello, New-ish Bristol Owner

Hi there.

I bought a Bristol 27 in June and have been rebuilding it for the past few months. These forums have been useful so far and I hope to follow along here as much as possible. If you'd like to check out my site about rebuilding my Bristol 27, check out Bristol27.com

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Hey avd - welcome to SN dude! I took a look at your site. Very cool.
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