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Old 09-07-2012, 03:16 PM
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One to save where I live.

Ill go take a closer look if anyone is interested. Id get it if I could too much on my plate already.

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And it's in the '509' area code! I have my '92 F350 hooked up to my equipment trailer to go on the first ferry in the morning for a retrieval mission. Only problem is I'm picking up an English Taxi Cab with a perkins diesel for a terribly missguided friend. Dang, and we coulda been headed over the pass for something REALLY COOL!!!!!
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And it's in the '509' area code! I have my '92 F350 hooked up to my equipment trailer to go on the first ferry in the morning for a retrieval mission. Only problem is I'm picking up an English Taxi Cab with a perkins diesel for a terribly missguided friend. Dang, and we coulda been headed over the pass for something REALLY COOL!!!!!
Dude, it is the same color as what you have! It is destiny!
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And it's in the '509' area code! I have my '92 F350 hooked up to my equipment trailer to go on the first ferry in the morning for a retrieval mission. Only problem is I'm picking up an English Taxi Cab with a perkins diesel for a terribly missguided friend. Dang, and we coulda been headed over the pass for something REALLY COOL!!!!!
Gary theres always Sunday. Im at a local high school car show tomorrow am. Ill be home in the afternoon and Sunday lets get that thing a new home where it can find some love and peace.
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By Sunday I'll be back on the island, my buddies taxi will be unloaded at his place (if we can make it roll) and I'll be doing chores or catching up on work in the cabinet shop or some other meaningless task..........Most of the trucks I already have are in need of SOMETHING, and since I'm NOT buying any more trucks, my winter project is fixing the problems with the current fleet. Dang, that's a nice one though.........
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Besides, you get all the free stuff in the back!
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TOO far for me to have shipped.
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