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Message Number: 6 - Friday, February 19, 2016 10:56:56 EST
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Name:  rick collins
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Mr. Bud Moore, please accept this as a heart felt thank you for all you've done as a serviceman and a mechanic. As someone who's followed you in those 2 areas I'm not fit to carry your ruck sack or polish your wrenches you've still set an example to be inspired by.Lest I forget you also serve as a role model as a family man. Thank you is simply not enough but THANK YOU . Yuors in Christ, RC


Message Number: 5 - Tuesday, December 1, 2015 14:53:11 EST
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Name:  george (BUTCH) smith
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hello Bud Moore,i grew up on Oakland ave in the 60s.i remember your sons 1964 gto.i worked part time at the Amoco station on st john street.did you have your first shop near st john and pine st?i was manager at white auto paint in the 80s.we sould you paint for the wrangler cars.thank you for your army service,and your roll in nascar.im a diabled vet from navy 1968-1969


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Message Number: 2 - Friday, December 14, 2012 13:52:51 EST
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Name:  Brad Stocks
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Rooted for the Mustangs in the Trans Am series and attended the Road America races. Big fan of all Ford Racing. Currently own a '66 Cyclone, a '69 Talladega, and a '70 Boss 302 - all cars that Bud Moore Engineering helped make famous.




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