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My father-in-law was a farmer who thought the only tractor was an Oliver he used them until he retired in 1979 and had a farm sale. When he had the sale the tractors he owned were an 88 and a Super 88 both of them were late forties or early fifties models which made them 30 years old and antiques...
04/10/2009
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No matter what profession you are in it seems that your patience is tested from time to time, whether you are in sales, retail, self-employed, or whatever your profession might be. In real estate we are in contact with people on a daily basis trying to make their dreams come true in a not so drea...
04/09/2009
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The closing this morning was as smooth as any I have ever been to, all the proper steps had been taken so that every thing went as planned. This one had a bittersweet side to it that made it hard to come out with that feel good feeling when you have the check in your hand. The couple that I sold ...
03/30/2009

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MGB just the sound of those letters together brings a vision of speeding down the highway at breakneck speeds with the wind blowing in your hair and the sound of power vibrating off your ear drums, with the seat of your pants only a few inches off the ground you lived the experience as you down s...
03/18/2009
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When I was in college in the early seventies I had a passion for pickup trucks. The school I went to was located on the Missouri river which provided plenty of out door recreation, hunting ducks, fishing, and so on. It only seemed natural to have a pickup to do all these things that we enjoyed so...
03/10/2009
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As the F1 moved thru the countryside with the greatest of ease, it gave the driver a sense of freedom like no other. the power was intense the handling was precise, every time we went out it was an experience unmatched by any other. To a 14 year old boy the F1 Ford pickup was a dream come true. m...
03/06/2009
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Head em up an move em out that was what we heard as we started another day on the trail. The year was 1979 and our little town was having their centennial celebration. Leaders of the town thought that a wagon train would be a good idea to show people what it was like 100 years ago. We decided to ...
03/04/2009
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When I was a senior in high school my friend and I wanted to visit a school in Wyoming to see if that was the place to advance our education. The trip was about an 8 hour drive so we got started early in the morning and started cruising down the super slab in his 1963 Ford Galaxie, life was great...
02/26/2009
When I was in college and my older brother was in the Marines my Dad was kinda short handed on the farm. my younger brother was not quite old enough to help as was needed. so my Dad hired a helper to live with us and help out on the farm. Sam was part Mexican so he was interesting to visit and wo...
02/25/2009
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 As we were growing up in the sixties a muscle car was the car to have. Chevelles, Mustangs, Dusters, 442, these were some of the cars but the one that I wanted was a Plymouth Road Runner. It finally happened in 1969 the second year of production of the Runner. My brother and I got the car, and w...
02/24/2009
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