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I'm kind of new to this website and i just found this club. i was wondering how to join. i am a native montanan born and raised. i am currently in bghdad iraq with 1st armored division, we are home stationed in germany and my truck went with my parents to washington(traders!). if any one here has a memory and is from missoula you've seen me you just don't know it. i drive the big orange 78 f250 with pumpkin across the windsheild. hopefully i will be home in august sometime. montana that is. so anyhow how can i join or did i just join now?
__________________ Adam Conter SGT U.S. army
1978 F-250 400/435/205 front and rear 60's 4" lift and a dream
just keep coming back, also, to get actually listed, click on the join chapter button below the heading to get into the forum. Good to see you're making it home ok, have to tell us a few stories when you get time.
the workhorse:86 F250 4x4 6.9 Diesel 4-spd, 4.10 axles
the other workhorse 92 F350 2wd crew cab,3.55 rear axle, 92 6bt Cummins, NV4500
the project: 78 F150 4x4 shortbed 351 auto Iowa Chapter leader, ASE certified parts specialist
Come on down and join us in the Iowa chapter, or your own local chapter!! Thanks, Roger
Don't know nothing about your truck but just wanted to wish you the best and thank you and the rest of the men and women over there for all that your doing and to tell ya keep your head down and come home safe. I was in the first Desert Storm but was lucky I just floated around on one of our Uncles boats the whole time I was there. Take Care, A very thankfull and Proud American.
Hope you make it home soon, and good luck to you and your friends and pards over there...the military kinda put a sour taste in my mouth a few years ago, but i may consider the option again in the future...
1992 F-150: X-cab, short bed, 300-6, 5 spd manual, 114000 miles at time of purchase...gonna git shined up nice...
1982 Full-size Bronco: 300-6, 4 spd manual, 9" rear...gonna git some mods done soon...
Member: High Plains Drifters
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