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Hi All,
I put an ad to sell my antique steam engine on the Engineads site today. It seems like the keepers of SPAM on my e-mail account have deleted your questions or whatever. If you get this, try again as I have shut off the filters.
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Hi Bob. Welcome to the Stak!!!! Be safe and have fun!!!
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Welcome to the stak. Hope the ads work better for you now. Bill K
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