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Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Wednesday, April 13, 2005 9:46 AM
Thanks again people, for the kind words.... I appreciate it.

My website is pretty much done... all updated. Hope it will be in good use when people need more info like the charger install on a 2.4L pre-2k engines.

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Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Wednesday, April 20, 2005 2:51 PM
Hanzen, hate to see you go, not many of us old times keeping their Cavs it seems.
Too bad too because I can't afford to get rid of mine. Heh, I'm having too much fun with it and once I get my beater daily driver, will have time to do with the 'blu what I want, full boar performance and time to work on it.
Nice to see some posts from the "old school" posters that only the posters from 5 years or more know about. There are so many new ppl here, it's staggering.
One thing Hanzen, Celica's are the bomb and one heck of a car to start out in and get setup, if that's your plans for the car..
Best of luck to you. I know I don't post much here and like many, am busy with multiple projects including the Cavy.
I hope we'll always stay in touch in the car world.
We've all learned so much in these years, too bad some have to go.
Maybe we need to have some kind of J-body hall of fame for those that have done many contributions toward the advancement of the J-body in the Sport Compact world.
Good luck and we'll miss you.

Newbie member since 1999
Thank you Dave and JBO!

Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Wednesday, April 20, 2005 6:54 PM
why do you have to go. I got rid of my 3rd gen years ago and I'm on here like ever day. I do have 2nd gen but I dont drive it yet. Cars are cars and they all work the same in general. I like to come on hear and see what problems people are having because I'm a professional and i can aplly it to my work. Just because the j is gone does not mean you really have to be.

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Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Thursday, April 21, 2005 6:29 PM
Jason: I figured it was coming that you'd sell the Hanzenrider, but it doesn't make it any less sad. I think I understand the circumstances behind that car you'd like to fix up, so I wish you good luck with that. I hope it lives up to your expectations.

As for the cavalier, I am glad I was there to offer you advice when it was needed, and I'm glad that you enjoyed the time you had with it.

Best of luck, and don't be a stranger, friend.


Slowly but surely may some day win this race...
Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Thursday, April 21, 2005 9:18 PM
yeah, tons of ppl on here come on here and don't have a cavalier anymore, they don't care...he just wants attention

1996 Mazda MX-6 LS M-Series V6 "The CAVeater"
Re: HanzenRider says Farewell....
Friday, April 22, 2005 4:17 PM
I want attention? LOL, please dont make me laugh mikeylikey. If you have read my posts more closely, I did say I will be sticking around off and on. I've been around here on the org for a long time... according to your registry... a lot longer than you... be careful with your choice of words. If you check out the other cars forum.. you will see im starting my own stealth mode project and i will be posting pics from time to time.

Again, thanks guys...

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