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Old 12-02-2013, 07:26:44 PM
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My Brother past away little over a year ago,and I just bought his engines from my sister in law.Thought you might like to see them
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Nice bunch of engines.
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Geat, sorta in the neighborhood of having your fathers shotgun handed down to you.

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Yes and they had to be more special because they were something your brother valued. Out of all my treasures the ones I value most are the ones that have family ties. Bill K
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i always stop and look over engines displayed in memorial. good luck.
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