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russ
Posts: 409
Joined: January 15th, 2003, 11:48 pm
Body Type: 82a
Model Year: 1930
Location: planet earth

Happy to be back.

Post by russ » December 5th, 2014, 6:33 pm

Hey folks. Great to see so many familiar old names and great to see so many new names too.

Career change and address change took several years to solidify, and I think it's near time to get back
to work on the 82A.

Will be digging it out of storage next week or two.

Surely forgot most of what I'd learned about the truck so will be posting lots of annoying questions starting then.

Best to y'all, Russ :D
Everybody likes pics.

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spectria
Posts: 1874
Joined: May 15th, 2008, 9:53 pm
Body Type: Mail Truck, Stakebed
Model Year: 1931
Location: Quincy, Ca.

Re: Happy to be back.

Post by spectria » December 5th, 2014, 6:44 pm

russ wrote:Hey folks. Great to see so many familiar old names and great to see so many new names too.

Career change and address change took several years to solidify, and I think it's near time to get back
to work on the 82A.

Will be digging it out of storage next week or two.

Surely forgot most of what I'd learned about the truck so will be posting lots of annoying questions starting then.

Best to y'all, Russ :D
Welcome back!
Dave in Quincy, Ca. I love Pics!!!! Post them All!!! :)
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SHELBY MESSER
Posts: 752
Joined: March 9th, 2009, 8:06 pm
Body Type: 75-A
Model Year: 1930
Location: Sacramento, Ca.

Re: Happy to be back.

Post by SHELBY MESSER » December 5th, 2014, 7:10 pm

Welcome back russ. Glad you are still in the A-AA family. I've worked on all makes and models of vehicles, but the A s and AA s has always been my favorite one. No question is annoying for you want to know something that you are not formillier with. They are simple and fun to be around Glad you are back :) Shelby, Louisiana.

I've owned A models for 53 yrs. My first, my DAD overhauled in 1954 In MOMs '29 tudor sedan. 4 teen age boys and the engine is still running today in a roadster pickup. Cylinder head hasn't been off since my DAD put it on back in '54!

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