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150 hp Russell in the Jungle of Panama?


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Was watching a show about a lost civilization that was found recently in the jungle. They used Lidar to find it. Basically a helicopter or small airplane flys over sending a laser beam to the ground. It picks up object shapes on the ground without picking up the jungle growth. They found man made stone building blocks like this. It would be nice to rent this equipment to find the Russell!
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As I posted in the other thread, with Andersons making a replica of the 150 Case, it would be great to see a 150 Russell made too!
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Looks like his last post anywhere was on a 110 Case back on September 1st of 2015 and "Last Activity" was on 02-11-2016

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Your right.... I bet he`s found the 150 Russell out in the Jungle.. He is most likely in a fierce battle with the mosquito's and the heat to retrieve and tame the beast that has eluded us all for some time as being in the wild for so long its become very clever in it`s avoidance of people..

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