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I will be driving a mostly empty F150 along with a 5x10' enclosed cargo trailer back East from Denver to Chicago leaving on June 16th, then on to Buffalo June 18th and then to the Show and June 22nd & 23rd.  

 

After the show I might not have as much room but it's back to Buffalo for another week, then starting back to Denver most likely July 1st or 2nd.

 

I'm not looking to make money on this, just a little something to offset the gas costs.

 

PM me if you are in need of something being hauled and are willing to meet up somewhere close to my planned route.

 

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Thanks!

 

Patrick Good

 

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Ooh... if you choose the lower route, I may be interested, but I am not sure yet.  I will try to follow the thread and see what happens.

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On 5/26/2017 at 7:52 PM, jellyghost said:

Ooh... if you choose the lower route, I may be interested, but I am not sure yet.  I will try to follow the thread and see what happens.

To the show I'm definitely taking the Northern Route since I'm staying in the Chicago area 2 nights.  I have a pickup in Mansfield, OH on my way back to Denver so my return has me coming thru KC. If there's something you need hauled from the show we might be able to work something out.  PM me with your contact info if interested.

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Last chance to "book" hauling an item to PA for the Big Show.  My drive begins early tomorrow morning and I won't likely see new message again until I arrive in Western N.Y. on Sunday the 18th.  PM me if interested.

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