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He got a job at American Eagle as an aircraft mechanic. He got the job offer the same weekend he finished school. Not to bad for straight out of school. Good thing it's easy to get down there. either a 6 hour drive or spending three hours at airports and flying.
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
170,000+ on the clock.
I'm still alive! Yep, I sold my Expedition to Alice today. Glad we kept it in the family and having someone buy it that will appreciate it.
I know I don't stop by here much...just always running for work or the kids.
Just picked up a 99 ranger stepside 4x4 that Josh will drive when he gets his license.
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'03 XLT Ranger FX4-Black-Flareside 4.0L
'99 XLT Ranger 4x4-Black-Flareside Resurected 3.0L
'94 Mustang Coupe
'76 F-250 "Project Copperhead" 460/C-6 (Lots of Rust!)
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