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jkirk 
interview with Dave Haynie
Posted on 27-Jun-2020 2:46:15
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haven't posted in a while. i found a retromancave video interviewing Dave Haynie.
though ya'll might be interested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAF4hEj9O2I&t=607s

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Re: interview with Dave Haynie
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@jkirk

The segment you linked was interesting. (I didn't watch the rest of it.)

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Re: interview with Dave Haynie
Posted on 27-Jun-2020 18:12:20
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@bison

I saw the RMC video a little while ago (as I'd been watching his A4000 restoration videos anyway), but he will be doing a longer more in-depth interview with Dave Haynie in a future video which will should be a lot more interesting if this small section was anything to go by.

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