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Hard Core Or soft Core?


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Old 01-12-2000, 06:52:47 PM
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Default Hard Core Or soft Core?

What is a hard core collector? I don't think we are hard core collectors. I don't think anyone expected to hear from a woman. My name is June my husband Joe has collected engines for several years and we both enjoy going to shows and hearing the old engines run. this is what I like about the shows. first of all I like the people we meet and making friends, I enjoy talking to people about our display or answering questions they might ask, offer them a cup of coffee, a homemade cookie or a piece of cake. Joe enjoys helping people make the old engines run. our first show for the year is in feb at Fla. after Feb there is one or two shows each month until Nov. that we attend, we also like to travel and enjoy this beautiful country we live in. I an 64 and Joe is 70, we live in Tn. June
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