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In the 2nd pic, those are real Horses! :)

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48 minutes ago, squonk said:

In the 2nd pic, those are real Horses! :)

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That's NAPA know how...

at it's finest.    :handgestures-thumbsup:

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7 minutes ago, elcamino/wheelhorse said:

@AMC RULES At least we know squonky can tell a horse from a dog.

It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye!

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I love the old pics. I used to run an old all wheel drive-all wheel steer Austin-Western grader that started on gas and ran diesel. I wish I had pictures of it. It wasn't pretty but that ole gal could move some material. When I was a kid my family had a cable operated D-7 that I remember riding on. It had a seat that was the size of a small couch(at least it seemed that big, I was little!!) Even though the grousers were more than half worn down that thing would push like nobody's business. I know where it's resting now and wish I could buy and restore it. She'd make a hell of a lawn ornament!!! 

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@ebinmaine Thanks for the old photos!

Maybe someone will recognize the sign on the old store.

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Craig, the grader in the first video is the same as the one I spoke of. Your good!! 

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1 hour ago, KC9KAS said:

@ebinmaine Thanks for the old photos!

Maybe someone will recognize the sign on the old store.

You're Welcome!

I'm glad to share. :handgestures-thumbupright:

My cousin sends out some interesting stuff sometimes... from times past.

If I find more, I'll share them too.

 

56 minutes ago, c-series don said:

Craig, the grader in the first video is the same as the one I spoke of. Your good!! 

 

@AMC RULES is the man.

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On ‎17‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 9:20 PM, squonk said:

In the 2nd pic, those are real Horses! :)

 

 Those ain't horses. Those be mules. Cross between a horse and a donkey. Git up thar mule skinner. :handgestures-thumbupright:

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8 hours ago, Stormin said:

 

 Those ain't horses. Those be mules. Cross between a horse and a donkey. Git up thar mule skinner. :handgestures-thumbupright:

Ayuh!

You shore izz correct! 

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12 hours ago, Stormin said:

 

 Those ain't horses. Those be mules. Cross between a horse and a donkey. Git up thar mule skinner. :handgestures-thumbupright:

Middle one is Francis

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I did some searching online for info about the store. Found a newspaper article in the Macomb IL. Journal, dated 1927. Seems 2 men robbed the unlocked store of some 2000

 men`s suits at night. It was believed that they fenced them in Chicago. ----- John

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1 hour ago, waterlooboy2hp said:

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 men`s suits at night. It was believed that they fenced them in Chicago.

Chicago,     1927      :confusion-confused:        Al Capone was a fancy dresser, makes you wonder.     :ychain:

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