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what happened to J&J Hydraulics. two brothers that hopped in the 90's.

and there was an airbush guy from Oxnard Ca.

BOX the dude who did the Mojo setups.

Magoo.

Jr. who owned Lethal Weapon.



just wondering.
 

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Originally posted by cobrakarate@Nov 21 2008, 04:14 PM~12223619
what happened to J&J Hydraulics.    two brothers that hopped in the 90's.

and there was an airbush guy from Oxnard Ca.

BOX the dude who did the Mojo setups.

Magoo.

Jr.  who owned Lethal Weapon.
just wondering.
The Gomez brothers are still around... Raul is and has been one of the judges for LRM for years. Augie, last I knew was still running Lugo's Hydraulics in Oxnard.

The shop J&J was not owned by them, it was owned by another person. J&J sponsored the Gomez bros. J&J closed in 1996 and hasn't reopened since.

Depending on which airbrush artist you mean... There was Joe Montano who was well known, as well as "Tramp"... I haven't heard from either of them for several years, so I really couldn't tell you... perhaps someone from the 805 could shed some light on this better.
 

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yeah thanks for the info.
 

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its just that with all this fake hoppin out there i would like to see them come back and take over.

they built some good cars in the 90;s

cobra

thank again for the info.
 
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