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Old 11-24-2008, 03:45 PM
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Hello From Brigham City

Hi guys, thought I'd introduce myself in the Utah forum. I live up north and work in Ogden delivering auto parts anywhere between Brigham and Bountiful or Hooper and Morgan.

Keep and eye out for me on the road, here's my album.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gall...?albumid=36561

I found my truck at the local Wal-Mart for fifteen hundred bucks in April '08 and was getting tired of only having my '95 EscortLX. It was a straight one-owner original, so I jumped on it before anyone else could get it. I love my truck!
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good ole BC walmart.. hahaha.
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Just updating you. Since August '09, I've been employed by Francis Trucking driving a dump truck, but I've been laid off since December '09. After my pick-up caught fire in May '09, it was rebuilt in time for the Peach Days show in September '09. Now it's Spring and I've been driving my pick-up more lately... it's also gotten cleaned up inside and out. I've been playing mechanic a lot lately, replacing a lot of the little things that had been ignored on both my pick-up and my car. In April '09, I bought a big truck ('75 Diamond Reo Royale) for my next project and it's been parked for winter since November '09, but I brought her home today and I can start the restoration... she will be painted to match my pick-up.
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Just updating you. Since August '09, I've been employed by Francis Trucking driving a dump truck, but I've been laid off since December '09. After my pick-up caught fire in May '09, it was rebuilt in time for the Peach Days show in September '09. Now it's Spring and I've been driving my pick-up more lately... it's also gotten cleaned up inside and out. I've been playing mechanic a lot lately, replacing a lot of the little things that had been ignored on both my pick-up and my car. In April '09, I bought a big truck ('75 Diamond Reo Royale) for my next project and it's been parked for winter since November '09, but I brought her home today and I can start the restoration... she will be painted to match my pick-up.
I'd love to see it when done!
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