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  • Terry Cowan passed away Saturday

    Many of you may not know Terry but not only was he a dedicated metalshaper he was also an accomplished machinist. His tireless sharing of information in changing metal from it's most basic forms will be missed.

    As a fellow Texan, we have lost a grand person too early in his years.

    Ken Kopsky
    Custom Car Works

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    Yes. I think.. Didn't he do some lowriders? A 59 el Camino? (I love el Camino's)

    I have met so many people over the years. I get them all mixed up. Yes, I have been hit on the head a few times in my life too. I guess it is all scrambled like that egg on the commercial.

    I see people looking intently at me in stores, I don't know whether to run or smile. I usually just smile and wave and act senile.

    David

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      Ken
      My condolences brother.

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      • #4
        I just logged on last night and heard the news...such a shock. He has definately left a legacy.

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          Dimebag Darrel passed away too, hes the greatest guitarist of all (serious) he can shred and solo like a maniac. He was the x singer from pantera. he was shot in an ohio club, go to damageplan.com for details.

          To give you an idea of how fast he can play : like 12 notes per second, increadibly fast

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          • #6
            I guess my opinion of Terry goes to show how involved and busy he was...I always assumed he was in his middle 40's.

            He helped me out with quite a few projects, through email. He will definately be missed.

            On a lighter note...it'll be one helluvun auction! That man collected anything and everything!

            -Jacob

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            • #7
              <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by ibewgypsie:
              Yes. I think.. Didn't he do some lowriders? A 59 el Camino? (I love el Camino's)

              I have met so many people over the years. I get them all mixed up. Yes, I have been hit on the head a few times in my life too. I guess it is all scrambled like that egg on the commercial.

              I see people looking intently at me in stores, I don't know whether to run or smile. I usually just smile and wave and act senile.

              David</font>
              LOL out of that one David. I have the same problem. I feel better now knowing I'm not alone with that problem.

              John.

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