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Ok , living in Seward now had dinner at Sharon Springs Tavern Wed nite maybe meet up in Pa Angelo

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Great show nice to meet everyone at the photo shoot (I'm 3rd from right standing back row). Hats off to the MH group photo and video. I had a little insurance card hiccup also but was able to straighten it out with a call to JC Taylor.

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Great show nice to meet everyone at the photo shoot (I'm 3rd from right standing back row). Hats off to the MH group photo and video. I had a little insurance card hiccup also but was able to straighten it out with a call to JC Taylor.

With the cap? If so, you are 4th from the right (2324MackAltoona is 3rd standing....well kinda). If Tom stood straight, he would be 7' tall. :banana:

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Yeah, that's me, the fourth head.

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Sorry I lost track of time sat. didn't make it to the shoot but I got to meet farmer52, Brocky, Freighttrain, Underdog, Mackdaddy, MackTrucks4. hope to see you guys at Macungie. Ron

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god I didn't know there were that many of those cabover Dodges around. must have been half a dozen I counted while walking around.

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DailyDiesel, That's the truck. Sure sounds good. Thanks for posting the video. The fellow that owns the truck said he had to wear ear protection on the way to the show from New York. You weren't one of those fellows after that corn were you? LOL Thanks, Dan

Also, I enjoyed your other videos on youtube.

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hahaha, no, by this time during the day I was already full on corn! I did see a large group of guys following the show photographer around but I prefer to find my own angle on events. Thanks for watching my videos. Plenty more to come.

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Fred,

You were inside the AIR CONDITIONED UTZ building most of the time. :whistling:

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The fellow ???? standing between Mack Altoona-Tom and fxfymn-Carl is me, steelman-Carey. I had the 1918 WW1 unrestored Liberty truck inside the building.

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Thanks Carey! Sorry I did not know/remember who you were. I will try to remember next time but I am a forgetful old fart.

FYI, all persons in the York BMT photo have been identified. Thanks!!

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Carey, I knew it was you but I could not remember your BMT name. I searched for "Carey" but of course came up blank.

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Don't keep us in suspense!! I hit a rail road crossing too fast and my CB radio fell out of my overhaed compartment. There was a warning sign that said "BUMP" but that was an understatement.

The tracks approaching 66 in Prince William? They are a killer.

What a great show, We ended up inside and it was really nice being in the a/c. If you couldn't find a truck you liked you just don't like trucks!

Nice pic. The guy on the right in the Hawaiian shirt is the ugliest prettiest one of all.

Thanks for the compliment Randy.

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That was a great show with a ton of beautiful trucks

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Carl, the tracks that did me in were on RT 17 between 66 and 50 where no tractor trailers are allowed and the speed limit is 45. The tracks are at the bottom of a hill near 66.

Ken, I took quite a few pictures and volunteered in spectator parking from 3:30 to 6:30 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It was hot working but fortunately I never had to work until 6:30 any day.

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Carey, That Liberty truck is awesome, if it could only talk, the tales it could tell.

MHFred, I know the tracks you are talking about (at Delaplane). A few years ago a friend, myself and our wives were out or a ride in his '41 Cadillac and hit those tracks at maybe 25 or 30 and jarred the transmission linkage enough to have it disconnect.

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I had a nice surprise in the mail yesterday from ATHS and Gulfway Insurance in the form of a $100.00 gift card that I apparently won at the banquet. Sweet!

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