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You definitely have something mega cool and I would bet somewhat scarce in not more so. 

As to value, if you can find collectors, it should have some. but how much I don't know.

I totally agree. I think it is super rare, but I have no clue on value. But who cares about the value you are keeping it anyway right!
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Motorcycles / Trikes / Quads ETC. / Re: Honda Foreman 450ES: A Real Gem
« Last post by bl00 on Today at 10:49:57 PM »
Sweet!   :mr:
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Collector / Vintage / Antique / Sparta and Westcraft
« Last post by Lookin4_67GalaxieConv on Today at 10:46:09 PM »
Picked these up today.  The 5/8" Sparta wrench is missing and has a filler.  Anyone got a spare?  The speeder in the Westcraft set is a Billings.  The jack is an 8 ton.

(shoe pic for Bruce)
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No wonder you are stoked! GREAT BUY!

What is wrong with the winch? It looks fine to me. shrugx


Sorry Buck, I missed your question. Nothing wrong with the winch. It works fine, I’m just not crazy about the external mount. I’m going to switch it over to an inside mount like this one where only the fairlead is exposed

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General Discussion Board / Re: It never fails...
« Last post by slip knot on Today at 09:58:53 PM »
swapping pumps on a truck is somewhat easier, unbolt the bed, tilt it up just enough to get the old pump out and the new pump in and done. thumbsup2

 Three 4x4s on the frame is just enough room. thumbsup2 
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thank you, gentlemen. I recall seeing Acesa wrenches before, but have never heard of Iremo or Zubi-Ondo.

I spelled it wrong it's Irimo and Snap-on did assimilate it. I think that is the factory Snap-on group uses to make adjustables. Zubi-Ondo is more obscure but they make Stilson type pipe wrenches and I have an adjustable with the brand name.
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General Discussion Board / Re: What did you do today?
« Last post by john k on Today at 09:30:08 PM »
Good,  something eerie about abandoned boats and ships.
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General Discussion Board / Re: It never fails...
« Last post by Muddy on Today at 09:11:31 PM »
I know your pain, well with the aged daily anyway.


Hit a deer Saturday night with my Plymouth. Didn't bother with insurance, as it would be totaled. All it did was crinkle the hood and fender.

 There's barely a layer of paint on the car. But the damn thing just keeps running along. Gonna run it till the wheels fall off.


My "cherry" Plymouth is slowly turning sour.

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

Oh we need to see a picture of that!  beerdude
The Plymouth or the deer damage?

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

The Plymouth, but if it's a current pic i guess we'll see both, right?   ;)
I'll get one in the morning, pretty sure it's not what your thinking lolx

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.
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General Discussion Board / Re: It never fails...
« Last post by Lookin4_67GalaxieConv on Today at 09:06:53 PM »
I know your pain, well with the aged daily anyway.


Hit a deer Saturday night with my Plymouth. Didn't bother with insurance, as it would be totaled. All it did was crinkle the hood and fender.

 There's barely a layer of paint on the car. But the damn thing just keeps running along. Gonna run it till the wheels fall off.


My "cherry" Plymouth is slowly turning sour.

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

Oh we need to see a picture of that!  beerdude
The Plymouth or the deer damage?

Sent from the twisted mind of the Mudman.

The Plymouth, but if it's a current pic i guess we'll see both, right?   ;)
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I've got two of them now.  Originally I bought a bigger one than I needed but decided to keep it.  My '03 Frontier and '04 CRV both take the same size filter which makes it easy when I buy them.
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