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Old 12-28-2009, 07:01 AM
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Another New Guy from Capon Bridge!

Gee, that makes two of youse guys from Capon Bridge! Hey fderflinger, keep recruiting them out there Pal! LOL

Hey folks, Welcome to Craig (aka 86 WV_F150) from Capon Bridge! Seriously, I don't know if Frank (fderflinger) recruited Craig or not but they only need two or three more trucks from their area to justify a meet...in Capon Bridge! I guess I ought to go check it out and see where this place is huh?

Ok Craig, we wanna see some truck pics Pal!

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Old 12-28-2009, 06:17 PM
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Welcome aboard Craig!

I travel through your town a few times a year on my way to/from Carlisle and/or Hershey.

The first Super Duty truck I ever saw was in Capon Bridge when the Ford dealer used to be there.

Bring on the truck pics!
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Thanks guys. I'm surprised there are this many hillbilly's out there with the internet. We got about 16" of snow over here last week. I don't know any other members, so I just stumbled upon the forum looking for carb info. My truck ain't nothing fancy. Its an 1986 F150 that I'm in the process of converting into my Redneck Hunting Truck. I just bought it last week, kinda a christmas present to myself. its my Hillbilly special--bought for $675. It runs when primed but the choke isn't working right, so I'm in the process of rebuilding the carburetor. It will eventually be painted Realtree Camouflage or something similar, put big tires on it and other stuff to make it look decent.

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Ahhhh, doncha just love a 'Big Boy Toy'? Nuthin wrong with that idea! Besides...if it keeps him off the street and outta trouble it must be a great idea!

Some day...after I hit the lottery I'm gonna work on a Hi-Boy from the same year group!

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Ducttape bedsides FTW!!!! Now where is this capon bridge?
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Yeah, gotta love the duct tape. Capon Bridge is in Hampshire County in the Potomac Highlands, bordering Virginia. East of Romney off Rt 50
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