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Old 09-02-2012, 04:44 PM
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Went on a big pick yesterday, about 130 miles from home. Found dozens of old Ford pickups, only one fridge and I have to try and chase down the owner. It is a yellow and white 60 Custom cab just like one I already have only better shape. Truck is also a big window has factory automatic transmission and radio
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Is it a running truck or just sitting?
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Went on a big pick yesterday, about 130 miles from home. Found dozens of old Ford pickups, only one fridge and I have to try and chase down the owner. It is a yellow and white 60 Custom cab just like one I already have only better shape. Truck is also a big window has factory automatic transmission and radio
That sounds awsome. I would love yet another truck to follow me home! If it wasn't running it would be eventually!
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Don't think I ever bought a truck that already ran. They always ask too much when they're a runner.
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Whenever I bring one home, my wife says"What are you gonna do with that one". Or, "this time you are going to get rid of something". She once told me "I didn't know that I was married to a collector", I said, "well you know it now"! Then I ducked!
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