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Old 06-17-2007, 07:20:34 PM
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Here is a picture of the Smokstakers who met at the Coolspring Expo building Friday noon. Siting L-R, Paul Thompson, John Davidson, Jim Dunmeyer, Charlie Bryant. Standing L-R, Leonard Spoelman, Wendel Lewis, Brian Triebner, Roland Finkenbinder, Glenn Karch, Dick Graybill. {Hope all the names are spelled correctly} Can't explain the blue tint

Got there wednesday afternoon and left saturday noon and and no rain those 4 days. Had a good time and saw a lot of friends.

Craig here John...I don't know how that pic got THAT blue either but I did the best I can with it....
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The blue tint is off their wives hair.
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John,
Wished I could have joined you but I had to leave town and head back to KY. It was good to see you and and all my other buddies at Coolspring.
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I Enjoyed Meeting You Guys.dick.
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Yes it was another great show at Coolspring . Good meeting old friends and some new . Small world though, met a couple of guys from Holland that I met last year in Nuenen !
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Default Re: Smokstakers at Coolspring Show

I was there as well, but spent most of my time trying to find parts to fix my transportation. I was in the diesel ranger with the melted pistons that I tore into right next to the new Fairbanks opposed piston engine...

I ended up leaving the truck and going home in a rental car! Doh!

The weather was amazing, though - really rare to not have any rain at Coolspring!
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I saw your Ranger there with engine out. It realy sucks when you die out on the road, even more so when you live so far away. Dave
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