The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby Aswayze » July 12th, 2016, 8:55 am

Time to rake up and old topic...

With East Wind done with I am not really using this fellow like I used to and I'm sick if it just being another flat surface for people to stack things on in the shop. I plan on taking some pictures and writing up a for sale ad this week for it so someone who has more time to play and better access to a place to play can enjoy this truck as I have in the past.
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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby Aswayze » July 26th, 2016, 10:28 am

And poof, it's sold. Gave a good deal to a guy from another group that will keep using as a military vehicle and not doll it up like a 65 Mustang and put do not touch signs on it.

With that gents, I thank you all for your time and ride quietly off into the sunset. I learned a lot from you guys and appreciate you all (mostly Rick of course)

~Allan
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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby rickf » July 26th, 2016, 2:36 pm

You are NOT getting away that easily!!!! You just stay right where you are at because there is a lot of knowledge in that head of yours that will always be useful on here. :lol: :mrgreen: And you have the addiction so you will be getting something green and we do not care what our members get, once a member always a member.
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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby Aswayze » July 27th, 2016, 3:42 pm

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It has green trim, does that help?

Taking it up to Lake Superior next month for my first //real// vacation on years.
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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby rickf » July 27th, 2016, 4:42 pm

It works, told you that you had OD fever. You certainly are diverse aren't you. Never got into sailing even though I wanted to. My brother in law had a small sailboat, smaller than that and he took me out. I found out that when the captain yells "duck" don't ask, don't look around, Just DUCK!!!! Into the water I went as the yardarm came around. And he could not just turn around and pick me up, I was there for a while as he maneuvered around to get me.
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Re: The consolidated story of M151A1 6001

Postby fergrn37 » July 27th, 2016, 5:12 pm

rick, I think you meant to say 'boom', not yardarm. If the yardarm had been swinging to hit you, both of you would have been in the water.
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Postby rickf » July 27th, 2016, 6:29 pm

Like I said, I am NOT a sailor. :lol: :lol: :lol: My boat has a supercharged 502 cubic inch motor.
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