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Thanks Duelfuel...I'll do that. Maybe they won't even live very far away
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360 DT - 6 Speed
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Gramma D's trailer in its temporary new home. We pulled it up from Wisconsin. Used about 35 gallons of biodiesel. Never stopped for anything but pee breaks and lunch. 360 miles in one day. My neck was killing me at the end. I am smiling in the picture because I am done driving for a while.
Satuardays I work at a junk yard, specifically so that I may peruse the incoming junk. Last week I found these...
I am thinking windmills and wind generators.
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One man's junk is another man's treasure!
I love scrap yards, junk yards and dumps!
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It would be nice, for an update to this story. It's been awhile.
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it would be nice, an interestig person, always had cool pics
and projects. steve
just because you ride the bus , it doesnt make you a bus person
the bus stopped and i got on and thats how it all began
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