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oh the power (and danger!) of a diesel owner's imagination......
My dad's a rigger and when he worked for Hallimore (a North East rigging outfit) he had this truck there they called the Trabossa. I was little when i saw this thing, but he said it had 2 12 cylinder detroits back to back (12v71ta's i think). tried looking it up online but they have nothing on it. he has a couple of old pictures of some of the stuff they used to haul with it and the thing was a sight. damn i wish he still worked there!
Gimini Christmas Pat ...I was wondering wre the hell you have been!!! I cant believe you got the beast in the 10's man!!! Thats smokin Bro!!
Last I had talked to you? what about 2 years ago I think you were at about 900HP...I havent been on chilly's lately as I have been working on a 463" build for the F250...
Are you still flying...other than the 1/4 mile? I hope everything worked out for you from the last time we talked!! I'll have to look you up this summer when I fly out to SoCal to see My Mom.....she's getting long in the tooth 75....So I should keep tabs on her!
Anyway it good to see your still going FAST..and making us proud! Take care Pat!!
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