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Old 06-21-2006, 07:46 AM
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Good Morning Pennsylvania

Just a little shout out on our new official Pennsylvania Chapter thread, Gooood Moooorning Pennsylvania.
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Good Morning to you. Thanks for your work in getting the Chapter up and running.
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Old 06-23-2006, 12:14 AM
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Thanks 04, others need congrats also, if it wasn't for other members posting and showing their willngness to post and be involved there wouldn't be any chapter. While your surfing the boards shout out to the other PA'rs, tell them to come on over.
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hey guys! just checking in. so its official! we got our own chapter? that's good news. i have'nt been on in awhile. (you know workin to pay the bills.) i've talked to a couple "ford heads" from work who seem interested in the site. maybe they'll come along.
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Old 06-29-2006, 11:33 AM
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Hope all is well with those that are in the flood areas, have spoken to people who live in some areas, they told me the state National Guard and our volunteer fire and ems guys are doing a great job. Makes you proud to be a Pennsylvanian, kudos to our volunteers.
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guten morgen... this pa chapter is kickin'.. soondg.. I am glad you got everything setup for us all..

around pgh, there really hasn't been much floodin'.. the creeks (pronouced 'cricks' for you non hillbilly pennsylvanians) are up, but I am glad it wasn't like like hurricane Ivan a couple years ago..

northern indiana county (punxy etc) got smashed really bad.. microburst (or torando) went though...
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I'm glad it's up and running, now i have someone to talk to. I like being able to communicate with others around the state. If everyone signs on who had expressed an interest we should have a pretty active chapter. There seems to be enough people from different areas of the state that no one will be a lone wolf in their area. I know if everyone from southeast pa., especially the Philly area comes on board we could have a mini chapter just in this area. We're a large state so there is no reason why we can't become one of the largetst chapters in time, just take a few zealots stopping strangers in their ford trucks and introducing them to the site. Imagine the GTG's we could have. Not that i'm promoting wild, beer guzzling, truck roaring partys under the guise of mild mannered truck enthusiasts sitting around discussing engine displacment.
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YO Bremen, you can be our resident guide to the sites on FTE, how long did it take you to accumulate that many posts? My eyes and fingers get tired after about an hour, there is so much info on this site. If you can read it all and retain it you'd be a truckin genius.
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Hey Pennsylvania dudes--I am looking for my old truck--a green 56 ford half-ton.It was painted black in 1976-and had a 383 dodge charger engine and automatic trans.-The 56 was sold to a truck driver in DUBOIS,PA and the truck was painted 2 tone maroon.Maroon body with darker fenders.It was a nice truck and I am new to this site and hope this is o.k..Please let me know if anyone knows the whereabouts.The man last known to own her was JOHN TABOR-from Clearfield-I think he was a respiratory therapist.The owner I sold it to in 1977 was JOHN GRANT-of Dubois.thanks you guys.
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Next time i'm through that part of the sates i'll take a look for you. i often find myself taking my grandfather to their hospital
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56 FORD IN DUBOIS/CLEARFIELD PA. area

thanks--I would appreciate a look around to see if the 56 is still around
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