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31,32,33 #427823 Sun Jun 29 2008 06:14 PM
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ohwell


Some people are like Slinkies, Their not really good for nothing... But they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down the stairs.

1951 3100 350 TBI Gallery [stovebolt.com] Toddzilla... "$old"


1Bad51 #427910 Mon Jun 30 2008 12:20 AM
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Wow it usually takes months after joining to get this much drama going... add a dream sequence and you'll have a movie of the week here! wink

I have read this three times and have no idea where this went off the tracks... regardless welcome to the site... read, enjoy and hang out all you want... believe me, nobody wants anything more from you here than to simply participate! Have fun...

~Trev

31,32,33 #428814 Wed Jul 02 2008 04:14 PM
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Welcome 50 Bowtie Pickup,
Looks like I'll have to be fighting you for those AD truck parts going round the show if you're going to be at the AACA Hershey Fall Swapmeet in October.

It's just that I have to travel a bit further to get to this event than you need to.

Welcome once again, Stuart.

Joined: Jun 2008
Posts: 5
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Thanks guys and gals for your understanding. I would like to thank each of you who responded but I don't have a clue how to
do that. Thanks again and i'm sure our cyber paths will cross
again sometime. Have a nice day!
Bob Vanatta



Where the question marks are, I have no clue
what you want, and the UBB code really has me in
a twister. What is that stuff for?
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You can communicate with an individual by clicking on their name. Then, from the drop down menu, select "Send PM".
The window will look like a regular posting window, except only you and the other person/people included can read the message(s).
To read a PM - you must either select my stuff > my messages, or click on the envelope flashing next to "my stuff".


David Colter
pics * 1954 wrecker * 1948 Chevy 1-Ton
No act of kindness - no matter how small - is ever wasted ~~ Aesop
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Posts: 5
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Hi Achipmunk,
Thanks for your response, I checked and I think that note was from the geek who didn't understand the way I filled out my profile. I filled out everything that I understood, maybe i'll
get the rest as I go along. Thanks for pointing that out, now I understand why I got that note. I hope you get this email, I think I pushed the right putton. I also don't know whether this just goes to you or everyone,What ever. Thanks again Achipmunk,
hope you have a nice 4th. It's raining on my hot dogs.
Bob Vanatta 50BowtiePickup



Where the question marks are, I have no clue
what you want, and the UBB code really has me in
a twister. What is that stuff for?
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Click on the envelope next to "My Stuff" at the top of the page... I just sent you a P.M.


David Colter
pics * 1954 wrecker * 1948 Chevy 1-Ton
No act of kindness - no matter how small - is ever wasted ~~ Aesop
54TOW #430175 Mon Jul 07 2008 04:01 AM
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50Bowtiepickup:
Glad we could get it figured out. It may take a little while to get use to the "how to's" but after a spell it will become easy and you'll do it automatically. Thanks for hanging in there and...yes, I had a good 4th.


1937 Chevy Pickup [stovebolt.com]

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I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you smile
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Welcome to the best place to learn about "Old Chevy Trucks"!! Don't worry, in no time you'll be as smart as all of us!! grin grin grin

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