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Old 12-29-2013, 12:10 AM
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I would like to welcome dnmyoda to the Vermont chapter. Please give him a big welcome.

If you don't mind dnmyoda, go ahead and introduce yourself to the gang.

Also we have monthly BS threads so please stop in, say hi or join in the chat
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Old 12-29-2013, 10:27 AM
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Hi my names Dave I live in white river with my wife and 2 children we have an 04 f250, 69 F100, and 67 F350 I work as a service manager and tow truck operator in Woodstock
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:37 AM
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Hi my names Dave I live in white river with my wife and 2 children we have an 04 f250, 69 F100, and 67 F350 I work as a service manager and tow truck operator in Woodstock
Good morning Dave. Glad to meet you and have you as a member of the Vermont chapter

I have two boys so I know how busy life gets.
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:44 AM
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Good morning Dave and welcome to the funny farm. Ignore most everything you read here - it's all BS as the title suggests.

Seriously, welcome and I hope you become an active participant. We have a lot of fun here and it sounds like your collection of Fords is sufficient for you to offer good advice and insights on keeping them running.

Jim is a collector of "old" Fords as well - make sure to check out his EX project, now 4 days late.
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Old 12-29-2013, 12:31 PM
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Wow, everyone is a critic LOL
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Wow, everyone is a critic LOL
Not being critical - just observing the current status. I still like what youre doing with the headlights. I suppose we could give you a few more days because that wasn't part of the oil pan project...but where would the fun in that be????
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Not being critical - just observing the current status. I still like what youre doing with the headlights. I suppose we could give you a few more days because that wasn't part of the oil pan project...but where would the fun in that be????
There wouldn't be and I wouldn't expect any less

So many fun projects so little time
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I forgot to mention my 52 8n I might be a Ford fan
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My dad has two jubilees and an 8n. One is an 860, gets beat. The other is a 600 workmaster with loader frame, definitely gets used hard also
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We are looking for some hay equipment for the up coming season
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You have some cows or horses? Or just some fields to get back to working status
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6 horses total hoping to get a couple cows and maybe some goats gonna try to get the farm back up and working
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Lots of hay burners. Wife wants some chickens maybe a pig.
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6 horses total hoping to get a couple cows and maybe some goats gonna try to get the farm back up and working
Hah, been there, done that. At one time we had chickens, goats and 7 horses. Now the wife is fostering dogs and we've gotten out of the horse business. Right now we have 6 dogs, 3 our own and three that Helen is fostering from a kill shelter in NYC. The dogs would have been put down but for the efforts of the foster groups she works with.

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You guys got rid of the horses this fall?
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