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Old 06-30-2014, 05:40 PM
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That's almost almost better than a Marmon Herrington for what you are using it for. You break something on a MH and you'd want to cry. Nice thought out ride!
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Did a major rehab on the truck now that i put 110000 on it. I replaced and repaired a bunch of tin and did a performance build on the 200.
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I love what you have done with your truck. I'm all about the functional classics that get used! Very cool!
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