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Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by Mike Puke, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. Mike Puke

    Mike PukeActive Member Forum Member


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    Gidday, my name's Mike Puke! I'm from Kaitangata, New Zealand! I play in a band called "The Pukes" and I also record/perform solo! I'm pretty much into the whole DIY thing and have recorded a few solo albums! Where do I stand politically? Fuck, I dunno... somewhere between anarchistic ideals and the left I suppose! I'm a bit of a hippy/punk/bogan-type dude and enjoy music, gardening and classic cars! Cheers!
     

  2. Extinction

    ExtinctionExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Welcome. I too enjoy classic cars, I own a 1973 chevy Monte Carlo, a project with me Dad, ahd it 4 years now. Anywho, cheers and beers. :beers:
     
  3. Mike Puke

    Mike PukeActive Member Forum Member


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    Hi Extinction, nice to meet someone else in the punk world into classic cars! Sounds like a nice Monte Carlo you have! I have a 1978 Triumph 3500 V8! I've had it for a bit over a year now! Cheers!
     
  4. Extinction

    ExtinctionExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Triumph is good stuff. Thanks, it'll be done next year, I hope to drive it out to the West Coast of the US and back. We'll see.
     
  5. Mike Puke

    Mike PukeActive Member Forum Member


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    Did you get many Triumphs in the US? I know you got some of the sports cars, but mine's a four door saloon, a bit like a Stag but with four doors! Mine's been modified with the V8, they came originally as sixes!

    Not sure where Minnesota is without looking at a map, but I know where the West Coast is ;) and with America being a large country I'm guessing that would be a great drive!
     
  6. Extinction

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    The Triumphs I ever see are Spitfires, and maybe a sedan, but they're not too common out here. I bet she gets up and goes with that V8!

    Minnesota is the Icebox of The U.S., it's in the middle/north of the country, and it get's really cold here in the winter time. But I hope it will be a good drive.
     
  7. Mike Puke

    Mike PukeActive Member Forum Member


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    Yeah, I thought there may be Spitfires and I'm pretty sure some Stags and the TR's made it to the US too. Probably fuck all though... Nice to hear there's a few sedans! :ecouteurs:

    She goes pretty good when ya want it too! Better than with the original engine anyway! I just love the sound of the V8, though I suppose they're a dime a dozen in the US! ;)

    That's sounds like it'd be a great drive from where you are! Ha ha, you can drive from one end of New Zealand to the other in a couple days... though it's more fun to take your time and look at shit! Hope you do your drive in the Summer!
     
  8. Extinction

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    Yeah, V8's are pretty common in the US, so I suppose that's why the air isn't so clean here! ;)

    Thanks Mike, good to talk to you. cheers.