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  1. Here's most of them, I have a few more to upload, and i'll put them in an album later, but here's what i've got so far- https://www.flickr.com/photos/28526133@N04
  2. Macungie pictures. I have more on another camera to upload, but this is most of them. https://www.flickr.com/photos/28526133@N04
  3. It was at a place called Hubbard Park, I don't know the name of the mountain.
  4. B 53S. These were two of the best looking B models i've ever seen.
  5. The picture that was on the camera, after cropping it some-
  6. We went to the greatest antique truck show on Earth in Macungie, Pa, then to Connecticut to see the redhead's parents and some of her old friends, then on the way back we stopped in Bethlehem and looked around the old Bethlehem Steel site, then toured the Mack Museum before we made it home. It was fantastic. We saw this in Macungie- We saw this in Ct. She took me to this place up on that mountain when I met her in the early 80's. We saw this in Bethlehem. And this was at the Mack museum-
  7. ...and it could have been much worse, I cropped most of the Freightliner out, but I would have to crop me and Bert too to crop it completely .
  8. And I was expecting Jim Hancock to be wearing a straw hat, that's why I couldn't find him.
  9. Ha! No, it does not. We saw you.
  10. Here it is. I'm standing on two IC Light cans.
  11. Everybody likes that GMC, myself included. The owner invites everybody to get in it and look around. It's unrestored, has old oil cans in the side box, cigar box in the floor, just looking like it's working in about 1960.
  12. Still on the camera, 399 pics. Time for a drank...
  13. Here's just a few of about 400 pics. I took at Macungie, the rest are on the camera so I'll have to wait until I get home to put them on the PC. I took these with the phone, never tried posting pics. from the phone before either.This is the lovely Tami Elise- Bacon wrapped meatloaf- I think this was the best yet.
  14. I'm really sorry to hear this Rowdy, I remember how you had the passenger side up your truck fixed up for him, he was almost like a BMT member himself.
  15. I write the caption first- let me back up, I do this at home on the computer, not the phone, which I'm on now- let me back up some more, I'm on vacation this week and adult beverages are flowing freely- I select all the pictures that I'm going to use first, they are saved on my computer. So I write my caption, hit "enter" on the keyboard- that puts whatever you put next on the next lower line. Then I just click on whatever picture I want, and it's under the caption. Hit "enter" again, next caption is under the picture. If you want the caption under the pic, just post the picture,hit"enter", then write your caption.
  16. I'm with you, I like the KW cab. Drove a big "gussied up" -as Jerry Clower would say- Peterbilt for several years, and they're over rated in my opinion. I like the look of a W9 better. Those new Western Stars are really good looking trucks too, but i've never driven a Western Star.
  17. I just want it to run so I can actually use it, got lots of stuff I need to haul. If the distributor and or computer doesn't fix it, I give up- I'll give you a call.
  18. There was a thing under the green machine that was turning, like a big paddle wheel.
  19. I went to a job site in Ohio a few weeks ago. I took a load of structural steel there, sat there all day waiting to get unloaded. I saw these big Mack trucks there. They would get loaded from these bulk tankers, looked like lime or cement, I don't know. then they would drive back and forth and make lots of dust. Then this huge green machine would drive back and forth, doing something or other, what, I don't know. I saw a girl in a car somewhere along the way. I saw a dog in a car too. But getting back to the jobsite, there was lots of equipment there, dozers, scrapers, rock trucks, water trucks... I saw a huge cow in Pa. And I saw a girl in a car somewhere along the way. And I saw some Kubotas.
  20. Yes, I saw it sitting by the road with a "for sale" sign on it. I thought "that's a nice looking little Dodge right there". Short bed Chevrolets are everywhere, don't see that many Dodges. So I turned around and went back to look at it. Crawled up under it, bone dry front to back, all 4 tires wearing even. Next thing you know, I had called the number. And before I knew it I bought the danged thing. Had it over 3 years now, probably haven't put 300 miles on it.
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