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Some changes at Portland


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Old 08-24-2005, 06:19:09 PM
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Hey Guys :: Just got back from the show ..Got there this Morn. about the same time they opened the gate.. Went thru the Swap Area and just a little of the display area...If your not there yet Smaller Engine Display Area has been split ... Some on (Midway) South of the log cabin and some in the North West Corner of Grounds (where we park for the swap.. next to campgrounds).. Oil Field Engines are pretty much in same area... Steam / Threshing ..Saw Mill is in far South East Corner ...With Non Feature Tractors...Feature Tractors are from Inside Main Gate all the way to the South by the Racetrack... Between the Log Cabin and the swap area to the east... Thought this might help maybe.....ITS STILL PORTLAND ..Byron
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Hows the engine prices down there? reasonable?
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Skylar:: Was going to send a message to you ....Since you ask ?? .. How's the Prices ?? ...$200.00-$300.00 is going to get you a Common F/M ..1 1/2= 2hp closed crankcase .. Unless you want a big boat Anchor Project..Byron
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Old 08-24-2005, 09:22:50 PM
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oh, ok. thanks fer letting me know
i shall investigate.
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