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Hot off the press....pics of 2019 Grand National F100 Reunion

 
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Hot off the press....pics of 2019 Grand National F100 Reunion

Made my first trip to Grand Nationals and my head is still spinning. There is so much talent out there! Here are a few (68) LOL ' that I took though out the day. I also got to meet a few FTE members. Kevin (bigwin56f100) , BJ (bjmayberry2), and one other that I cannot remember at this time (speak up please) . What a fun day! These are a Google Photos album share so I hope you guys can see them. Please let me know if can't.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/KAu9L67GDaZhTgez6
 
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Very cool. Thanks for sharing.
 
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Thanks for sharing the pics, lots of nice trucks for sure.
 
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Nice pics Dave. Thanks!

You liked that 54 F350, didn't you!
 
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Great pics1
 
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Some bloody GREAT trucks there!!!!
 
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Thanks for sharing! I will need to make the trip from Oklahoma to see this some day..... maybe next year
 
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Dave, What great pictures. Thank you for sending. I am going to PM you. Congratulations on your retirement.
 
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Very nice photos, Dave.

Just curious, what percentage of pickups were F2/F3/F250/F350 compared to half ton models?
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Thanks for sharing, looks like a great show.
 
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Originally Posted by pineconeford View Post
Very nice photos, Dave.

Just curious, what percentage of pickups were F2/F3/F250/F350 compared to half ton models?
Tom
There were only a hand full of F2/F3/F250/F350 in the whole show Tom. Then again it is advertised as a F100 show. The green and silver Cabover was very cool. Maybe us big Truck owners need to have our own show

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Nice pics Dave. Thanks!

You liked that 54 F350, didn't you!
Yes I did Abe. It was one of the few, closest to stock at the show.
 
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Thanks Dave. We did not make it this year so will try next year. And yes I will try to give you a heads up when we come to G.I. and stop in and check your truck out.
 
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Hi Dave. Thanks for sharing your pictures. It appears that panels were in short supply.

I was in Seward two weeks ago for my 50th college reunion. Some things are still the same, but much has changed. All my college friends were old. The two bars on the square we used to frequent seem to have disappeared--I couldn't find the old truck-stop either. I was really struck by how many trees and flowering shrubs you have now. Lincoln was a surprise too. It has really grown and become a big city. Out in the fields, away from the development, the open blue skies and the beautiful sunsets are still the same, however. I enjoyed my visit.

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