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  • #16
    im deeply saddened that he is gone...... he was AMAZING ! and he seemed like a guy you could talk to.......i was actually thinking that i would travel out to gasoline alley to check it out.....then this happened

    he never struck me as a guy that was stuck on himself .... just a cool dude.

    i wanna see what discovery channel does in his memory

    p.s. i hate discovery channel (they have ruined the welding/fab world)

    r.i.p. larry



    • #17
      I'm sure they are all craftsmen,some parts installer's.You know what I mean
      Only from what I've seen on the Discovery chanel Indian Larry and Billy Lane are true craftsmen and sculpter's!


      • #18
        Larry and Billy Lane are true craftsmen and sculpter's!

        i have to agree with that

        uuumm some of you may disagree but i think he went out the way he wanted.

        dont take that the rong way it is a sad thing he is gone but he loved bikes and riding them on the edge. i'm shoure he was loving the ride
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        • #19
          Great me live their lives doing the things they love and gain respece because of it, here a group of welders pay respect to a metal artist for his talents and the joy his work has brought to so many. The great men die doing the things that have made them famous, Scott Brayton Indy car, Rich Vogler Sprinters, Dale Earnhart Nascar and many others, this is a testiment to doing what you love at all costs, for happiness sake. Live happily, Rest peacifully.

          My hope is that we can all live in such a way,