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Old 11-13-2004, 07:32 PM
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Exclamation Roll Call and how is everybody?

Just wondering how everyone is doing? Sorry I have not been around lately. But with my wife having a broken foot and she is looking at more surgary she will be off her feet for another 3-4 months.

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Hello Sean. Sorry to hear about more surgeries being needed . Always a bummer. Life is pretty good over here. I have my new F150, and with the refinance I just did, I am saving 100/mo on the payment (which might get rolled into a Honda TRX650 ). Anyone else?
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My '01 F250 became an '04 F150 in September. I traded in an '02 E250 at the same time. I saved myself $600 a month, plus the registration and insurance savings.
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All of my trucks are running well that is the only thing going right.

I want to buy a F450 or F550 Dumptruck but I have to wait until spring and see how business is going to be.
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Hello Sean. Sorry to hear about more surgeries being needed . Always a bummer. Life is pretty good over here. I have my new F150, and with the refinance I just did, I am saving 100/mo on the payment (which might get rolled into a Honda TRX650 ). Anyone else?
Good to see you. How do do like your new F-150? I'll be selling Fords for the winter I hope.
Is it a supercrew?

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Nope, an FX4 scab, shortbed. Its in my gallery. That will be cool if you sell them, maybe get a nice little discount on the new toys
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That is a real nice truck. I saw it.
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So what does everyone want to do this spring. I think we should have a big blow out cook out and show. We might be able to get a fairgrounds to use and we can do some camping as well. So what are your thoughts?
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I'm still new and I'm still kicking.

Right now trying to sell my '83 F250 4x4 and 2000 Focus Sedan in hopes of getting a new vehicle. Having trouble selling both. I am most supprised about the truck tho.
I still have my '72 F250 project(not many if anyone on here knows about it).
sglaine my girlfriend sprianed both here ankles real bad and might have a soft tissue injury in one of them. She joined this board also while she was layed up at home.

I'd be up for a all out meet and greet thing in the spring. Hopefully I will be ligher by two vehicles and heavier by one.

Let me know if anyone is looking for a good weekend or plow truck or a 30mpg car.
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I'm still new and I'm still kicking.

Right now trying to sell my '83 F250 4x4 and 2000 Focus Sedan in hopes of getting a new vehicle. Having trouble selling both. I am most supprised about the truck tho.
I still have my '72 F250 project(not many if anyone on here knows about it).
sglaine my girlfriend sprianed both here ankles real bad and might have a soft tissue injury in one of them. She joined this board also while she was layed up at home.

I'd be up for a all out meet and greet thing in the spring. Hopefully I will be ligher by two vehicles and heavier by one.

Let me know if anyone is looking for a good weekend or plow truck or a 30mpg car.
My heart goes out to your girlfriend. That sounds like a nasty injury. And tell her, Myself and everyone here welcomes her to FTE and New England chapter.
And next year we hope to have more get togethers and stuff like that. And drop me an email about your 72 F250 project. I did 3 of those.
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Hi everyone!
Sglaine I hope everything goes well for your wife. I had my share of surgeries, and it was scary everytime.
Hopefully I can make it to the spring get together this time. Just need enough notice to pencil it in my busy schedule.
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Things okay on this end, though my big swap is taking a helluva lot longer than I thought...nothing new there. There's always something popping up that needs to be fixed/replaced....
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Hmmm... I have an appointment with a hand surgeon on the 23rd... I'm going to finally break down and get it fixed.
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Hmmm... I have an appointment with a hand surgeon on the 23rd... I'm going to finally break down and get it fixed.
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Been awhile since I've been around....very very busy on my end.

So far I work 10 hr shifts 5 days a week, am at college 2 days a week all day, and with my spare time I re-did the roof and wall on my RV, and am working on getting my F-150 back on the road. The 393 has arrived, the top end needs to be assembled though.

I bought an 89 F-250 for $800, I'm going to use the ZF transmission out of it on my F-150, and take the F-150's tranny and put it back into the F-250. The F-250 will be my primary mode of transportation for a few months, but I still want to get my F-150 done ASAP.
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