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Author Topic: Painting the frenchy-bus (longish)  (Read 10246 times)
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1972 Prevost


« Reply #45 on: July 19, 2012, 06:56:42 PM »

Bob, it looks real fine indeed. I should be at Marks's somewhere around the 12th to the 15th of August. Hopefully we can get together. Fraser

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Deroche, BC, Canada
Where the milk cows out number the people, but they can't vote
1972 Prevost, Detroit 8-71/740 Allison automatic, Jakes
Hobbies: restoring classic cars, www.oldambulance.com, arranging old car tours: www.coasters2010.com, www.canadiancoasters.ca
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« Reply #46 on: July 20, 2012, 08:26:03 AM »

i know i'm amazed at the beauty of the job!  Although in the prices and quantities of tools and supplies, i don't see any artistic enhancement liquids listed?  (the tax boys frown if you just write down "Scotch".)

Way to go Bob  Grin

1991 Eagle 15 and proud of it.
8V92T, 740, Fulltime working on the road.

Fran was called to a higher duty 12/16/13. I lost my life navigator.
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