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Thanks for the welcome. I have been a member of FTE since 2010, and have visited the Nebraska Chapter page on occasion. I decided I should join the Chapter to find out what events are going on in our area. I live in Fairbury, get to Lincoln a lot. Always looking for parts and will have some for sale. And some days we just need a little BS.
The vehicle I am normally on the site to look for information about, is my 1954 Ford F250 I am in the process of restoring. It belonged to my father in law. We sold it in 2001 after he passed away, long story short 10 years later I found it again and bought it back. It is in the painting stage at this time. If you ever see Issue 15 of True Blue Ford Trucks magazine, there was an article about it.
I also have a 2001 Ford F250 Supercab, 4x4, V10. Nothing fancy but in good shape and will pull anything you want it to.
In the not truck category we also have a 2011 Ford Taurus Limited.
I've owned Chevys, Dodges, Oldsmobiles, but always seem to come back to Fords. Anyway, glad to be part of the crowd. Will post some pictures in another email.
You're from Fairbury, huh? Guess where I grew up? If you said Fairbury, you are correct! My dad owned Tooley's bar on the southwest corner of the Square, and my brother owns it now. My sister lived there until about a year and a half ago, when she and her husband moved out to their farm in Alexandria. She still works at the bank. My mom still lives there. I sometimes wonder what has happened to some of the people I grew up with.
'Tis a small world after all!
My name is Ron. Cable dude should give you an idea what I have done for almost 32 years, yes I'm in my 50's. flyboy2610 I know your family well. Still stop at Tooley's on occasion. My wife worked with Sue back in the Kellwood days. If you had Cable TV, we've met.
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