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Old 08-02-2017, 08:24 AM   #2
A bones
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Location: CLAYTON DE
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Default Re: Born to be born a leaker

Where does drip gas come from?

My grandpop had a '35 Plymouth 4 door, he'd took the back seat out for trucking purposes. He also ran a '27 Chevrolet jitterbug for a tractor. The rear axle sat just aft of the single seat, and the second transmission.

I got to live with him in the late forties. Cats were plentiful, they'd come and go, mostly come, but never accounted for.

Water was only at the kitchen ( three rooms and a path ). A steel basin tub was employed in the kitchen for Saturday 'bathing'. And then the well ran dry... Real plumbing didn't come 'til '58.

In winter snow would creep past the window frames.

Old Redneck, glad you are active on the barn again.
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