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Old 11-18-2007, 08:22 AM
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Sighting on I-93 South in NH 11/17

Saw a sweet red diesel F250 with stacks on the highway yesterday morning. Pretty sure it was a 2004 or newer model.
MA vanity plates. I think they said TROYD1 or something like that.
We were driving in our blue F350 with the TRITON plates.

Was it any of you folks?
The truck looked awesome. I'm sure you noticed us gawking by the bit of showing off you did.
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Old 11-25-2007, 01:18 AM
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naah...wasn't me, obviously...but I did see you going south on DW highway right before manchester mart...It was a couple saturdays ago, I was working, picking up a pallet of rock salt in an 06' F250 Dark green...State Motors plate on the front...
But I did see that red one you were talking about myself, only north on 293 by the old hooters exit.
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Old 11-25-2007, 09:23 AM
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How about printing off some spotter cards and when you see someone that is in a Ford truck you can invite them to FTE and New England Chapter...


I have passed out over a 100 so far this month and 4 new members from RI and 2 From ME have joined..
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:24 AM
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naah...wasn't me, obviously...but I did see you going south on DW highway right before manchester mart...It was a couple saturdays ago, I was working, picking up a pallet of rock salt in an 06' F250 Dark green...State Motors plate on the front...
But I did see that red one you were talking about myself, only north on 293 by the old hooters exit.
Who the hellsinki is this downhillpat guy??? He lurks in the background...and then when we're least expecting it...usually early in the morning... he strikes!!! Hit and run indeed!!! The only time we actually saw him was when there was the promise of free food!!!
OK...paddy...here's the deal...show your buttisimo at the next GTG...I will personally buy you lunch!!! No more of your lame **** excuses...be there...or I'll...I'll...I'll...never mind...this is a family oriented site!!!
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:33 AM
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How about printing off some spotter cards and when you see someone that is in a Ford truck you can invite them to FTE and New England Chapter...


I have passed out over a 100 so far this month and 4 new members from RI and 2 From ME have joined..

Sean, I think spotter cards would have been useless in this situation.

But it would have been fun to watch nhtriton hanging out of the door going 65mph down 93 trying to get a spotter card on that guys window..

Maybe we need to have huge signs made up to flash at other drivers that say "Join Ford-Trucks.com"
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:41 AM
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Sean, I think spotter cards would have been useless in this situation.

But it would have been fun to watch nhtriton hanging out of the door going 65mph down 93 trying to get a spotter card on that guys window..

Maybe we need to have huge signs made up to flash at other drivers that say "Join Ford-Trucks.com"
Good point...Big Don...Sean has the right idea however...it is our job to help grow the chapter or stand by and watch it die. I know that with loyal Ford guys like you we will continue to grow!!! By the way...I bet that Kim and Mike never travel at 65 on 93...they probably travel at 93 on 65 though. Hmm...big signs..."Join Ford-Trucks.com"...good idea...I'll see if I can get a guy to paint the side of your truck for you!!!
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:42 AM
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Sean, I think spotter cards would have been useless in this situation.

But it would have been fun to watch nhtriton hanging out of the door going 65mph down 93 trying to get a spotter card on that guys window..

Maybe we need to have huge signs made up to flash at other drivers that say "Join Ford-Trucks.com"

You have a point there..But it is away there when they do see a truck in a parking lot they can be armed
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:12 PM
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How about we find an artist and come up with a chapter logo and have it approved and then make up sign and hang them off the tailgates of our trucks....



We as a chapter should have our own chapter logo and all the others have them..Just thinking that it would make us look better.
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Old 11-25-2007, 10:33 PM
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I have handed off a bag of chips from one truck to another on Rt 95 in Amesburry doing about 65(maybe faster I can't remember) once. But that was back in highschool when I was 16 or 17.
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:27 PM
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I have handed off a bag of chips from one truck to another on Rt 95 in Amesburry doing about 65(maybe faster I can't remember) once. But that was back in highschool when I was 16 or 17.
A bag of chip???? Is that what they call it now a days...
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Old 11-25-2007, 11:41 PM
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no seriously... It was a bag of chips. My buddy in the other truck wanted some so we handed them to him.
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Old 11-26-2007, 09:07 AM
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A bag of chip???? Is that what they call it now a days...


Yeahhhhh..Right.....LOL...
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I have handed off a bag of chips from one truck to another on Rt 95 in Amesburry doing about 65(maybe faster I can't remember) once. But that was back in highschool when I was 16 or 17.
You NE originals are pretty mild. I've been from truck bed to truck bed at 65...On two lane roads. YOu could do spotter cards pretty easy if you had a right hand drive truck, but with out a passenger in either vehicle, its hard to even make contact at speed.
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You NE originals are pretty mild. I've been from truck bed to truck bed at 65...On two lane roads. YOu could do spotter cards pretty easy if you had a right hand drive truck, but with out a passenger in either vehicle, its hard to even make contact at speed.

I could see the look on a cops face now if he caught that going on....LOL
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Old 11-26-2007, 06:36 PM
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You NE originals are pretty mild. I've been from truck bed to truck bed at 65...On two lane roads. YOu could do spotter cards pretty easy if you had a right hand drive truck, but with out a passenger in either vehicle, its hard to even make contact at speed.
She had better have been danm cute and you really wanted to meet her...
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