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John Deere sheetmetal man?


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Old 02-26-2005, 06:41:28 PM
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I am looking for the name, address and/or phone # of the gentleman fron PA thats remakes the fenders for the John deere tractors. Does he have a web site?
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Are you looking for

Robert Lefever
879 Goshen Mill Rd.
Peach Bottom , PA 15763
(717) 548-4131


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Thanks Mark, He is the one. Jim
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Here is a picture of one of Bobby's Kids
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how many kids does bob have? this one is awfully ugly.
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This Is The Only One I Seen At Beiler's Auction Friday,
I Hear Is Leaving For Austrlia In A Couple Of Weeks We Will Have Wait For 9 Moths And See What Happens

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