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Old 06-11-2016, 06:09 PM   #21
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Default Re: My dad's '35 pickup becoming my son's first car...

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Good, I'll see he gets them right back to you so the truck
isn't down very long. G.M.
Just got my son, myself, and the truck all in the same spot yesterday. I had my son pull the pumps today. I sent a reply to your email a little while ago.

My son is surprised that someone (other than grandpa and I) is excited about him driving an old truck and he asked me (without my prompted) to pass along his thanks to you. So, from my son, "Thank you!"
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:21 PM   #22
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be sure to keep us posted on the progress, got to keep up the flathead tradition. Had my 8 year old granddaughter here for the last week. she wanted to ride in little red ( 41 3/4 ton) and she shifted the gears like a pro. so went also went for a ride in the 40 wagon--she really liked that and again she shifted the gears for me. my 16 year old grandson did the shifting on these in the past but I lost him to 67 chevell!!.
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