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What's in His Mirror ???

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pullstart

Wow @stevebo , got anything left in that barn?

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stevebo
1 hour ago, pullstart said:

Wow @stevebo , got anything left in that barn?

Barn is still full just a little less full.

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stevebo

Keep rolling... sold a nice 42” rear discharge and a 48” side today..

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stevebo

So another nice 48” deck went to a member here who has been riding his Harley for the past 4 years....

 

practicing social distancing ...

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Ken B

Thanks much Steve. I installed it on this pig today. 

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formariz
7 minutes ago, Ken B said:

Thanks much Steve. I installed it on this pig today. 

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Good to hear from you Ken.

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pullstart
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It’s now HIS Mirror.  Plow truck sold to a church across town, I’m officially no longer in the business.  That’s weird!


Praise the a Lord and pass the ammunition!

 

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953 nut

After thirty five years of good and faithful service it was time for someone else to take ownership of my 1948 Ford Street Rod Truck. We hadn't been going to any more shows with it and after five years of the truck sitting in the same spot in the garage I convinced my wife it was time to sell it. Took some pictured and posted it on :techie-ebay: at a reasonable price. Much to my surprise it sold with BUY-IT-NOW within two hours to a collector in California. Today his transporter came to pick it up for transfer to westbound car hauler.     :handgestures-thumbupleft:        Safe travels old friend.

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Took one last drive before the hauler came. Enjoyed the ride but am glad it is going to someone who will show it some love.

 

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pullstart

Sad to see another one go, Richard!  But as we know, your creations sure make a lot of smiles!

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