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Old 12-16-2011, 12:07 PM
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Congrats on the write-up it is well deserved... Very nice job on the build...
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:39 PM
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Not bragging if you 'got it' Very nice article, equally nice truck. Looking forward to seeing it and meeting FTF someday. You and I are not that far apart, in fact I went through your area to buy my '56. Had breakfast in Crossville.
Very nice truck, indeed.
Did I miss where the name, Edith came from?
Edith was my mother's name.
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Great story and write up. Good goin', Joe. Stu
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You did a great job on your truck and it's nice to see you get credit for it. Congrates on a job well done.
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Old 12-16-2011, 01:12 PM
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Shure looks nice.

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Old 12-16-2011, 01:39 PM
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Great write up. Did you do the text or did their writer edit your story for you?

Yours is one of my favorite trucks on this forum.
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Sweet! Congrats on a beautiful build and a well deserved artical.
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Great truck. Great story. Great Article. Thanks for sharing it. I'm so glad you are proud enough to do some bragging.
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They did a real nice spread, on a real nice truck, Thats gotta make ya feel good, not to mention proud, you deserve it, you built a real beauty. Congrats.
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Great write up. Did you do the text or did their writer edit your story for you?

Yours is one of my favorite trucks on this forum.
Yes, I wrote the story and no they didn't edit it except the last sentence where they edited out my THANKS to the FTE gang!!
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Congrats on the article and what a great job on the truck! Nowhere better than cades cove to show the truck either. Beautiful area and inside the national park there takes you back in time.
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Are you kidding?!?!? This truck deserves all the hype!
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That's great Joe! You know I think your truck is gorgeous, and now even more folks will see her. Congratulations. It's not bragging... it's justified pride.
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