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We are trying to set up a meet this weekend at Bills Auto Repair/ junkyard in Colts Neck on Swimming river road. This Saturday ....they are closed on Sunday...
the details are being worked out so anyone who is intersted to join in, please do so!!!
This place has a bunch of Ford Trucks , to see some just go to my Gallery and scroll down to the album of Bills trucks and you can see them. The thread is in "south jersey junkyards" in the Jersey Chapter. Refreshments can be obtained afterwards at the Grist Mill right down the road.It is close to the Parkway and Rt 18. So here is your chance to get together with the Jersey boys of F.T.E.!!!
Okay, I didn't hear back from Tom, but I'm assuming he's still in so once I tub my son and load up, I'll head down and ring his doorbell. I'll still be at Bills around 11 in the parking lot... and you can't miss me like I said
That reminds me, I have to remember the off-road strolller for junkyard parusing. With my luck I'll forget lmao
Bad news for me...Before leaving work last night I was informed that I HAD to work today...(saturday) and hoped to be out by 11:00 but no such luck...it is 12:30 and I am still here and may be for a few more hours...it is a special last minit order that HAS to be done and shipped on Monday, so.....sorry I didnt let ya know earlier...maybe next time.
thats ok lee. we just got back, and had fun anyway. fred got a plow for his lawnmower for $25, and i saw some neat stuff i have to work on bill to sell. they cleaned the whole rear of the yard. all the old stuff is gone, including all the early highboys.
the only thing left is the white 2 wheel drive mason dump that had the 400 in it, and the F350 flatbed/rack with the FE in it, and they were stripping the flat bed truck for parts.
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