Sold my truck

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  1. Zig

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    Good news, the custodian that is a huge CHIEFS fan and lives right around the corner from me bought it.
    Didn’t sell it for the money, it just became clear it was more of a toy than a need.
     
  2. Bill Hanlon

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    What, no pictures???
     
  3. LaTroca52

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    Now what are you going to do zig ?
     
  4. 52wasp

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    He's going to summer in NH to help me work on MY truck!
     
  5. 52wasp

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    ..or he'll work on my truck while I play Carpenter.
     
  6. LaTroca52

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    Zig could also vacation in Southern California and work on my truck as well .
     
  7. Bill Hanlon

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    ...or in central Texas. He's qualified to work on points ignition.
     
  8. 52wasp

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    I think Zig knew he was in danger of having to drive HIS truck to NH when he finished it before I finished Penny (since I am playing Carpenter), so it was safer to just sell it.
     
  9. Lakeroadster

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    There's always another project... keep us in the loop Zig.

    And don't be a stranger just because your trusty steed has moved to other pastures.

    John
     
  10. coilover

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    Am I still allowed to stop for a visit when I drive my toy your direction?
     
  11. Zig

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    07D5F770-A04E-4378-8455-DE66103871C5.jpeg HA!!! Gee- thanks for all the offers to put me to work!
    Sadly I still have my house to paint.
    But hey, I did come up with a little rebuild project- cosmetics only. #cool#
    Evan- anyone on here- you will always be welcome here! 54AD6393-3B37-4356-8A42-B58FFC41A5E5.jpeg
     
  12. 50 Chevy LS3

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    Wow... With sadness, I read this thread.
    Zig, I would be happy to follow a thread about you painting your house. Seriously.
    I too am aware of the battle between need/want.

    Steve.
     
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  13. vwnate1

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    Well Paul ;

    You could always do like me and create a mini junkyard in the back.....#rolleyes# .

    Don't forget the tall fencing else the nosy old drunken woman next door will kick up a fuss #tongue# .
     
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  14. Zig

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    Cool thing. Turns out there’s lots of little things I need to do to this boat to “make it mine”.
    Sadly, a lot of it revolves around wiring projects.
    So, I’ll still have something to piddle with, just not an AD.
     
  15. Bill Hanlon

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    … and you're now a electrical expert Paul.
     

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