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post #61 of 205 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 06:59 AM
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Port Clinton-----Fremont------Oak Harbor ..Look at a map put your finger in the center, That's where I call home. The swamp between Mud Creek and The Little Portage River.

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were our not yet paid off, but falling apart cars will full coverage used to be found burnt up in the 80's ???
Wait... What?

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Wait... What?
What is confusing you? Do you have a map?

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Are there any mud rallies this weekend ?
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Port Clinton-----Fremont------Oak Harbor ..Look at a map put your finger in the center, That's where I call home. The swamp between Mud Creek and The Little Portage River.
Heck . . . I work at Camp Perry and believe I have seen your bronco on Rt 2 near the 4 oclock time frame. Might have to swing by at some point.

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Where you at Goose? Want to meet at Bell Mells or Nicks? Or you can come over here. PM me.

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I can come over after work or something probably . . I've got drill this weekend but maybe next week I could swing by and see your bronco. I'm guessing Bell Mells or Nicks is in Oak Harbor maybe . . . I merely work up there and dont visit the bars much. Tell me where it is and I can find it easily enough.

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Nope, both are in P.C. In Oak Harbor we could meet at Happy Hour.
I'm going back to work next week, but I get off at 2:30 (in Perrysburg)
Alot depends on the weather. I've set a goal to take a mature whitetail buck with my bow this year so I'm hitting the woods alot.
let me know your schedule, we'll get together.

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Columbus area here!
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Hey, that's not too bad either!

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Cincinnati area (Hamilton) Looking for a Haspin Acres trip after Thanksgiving.... Anyone interested??????
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Been to all those places of course, but Yankee Lake only for biker events. Do they have a show, a pull, or what there that you attend? Just curious. I used to help work at the big bike swap meet there, but not in quite a few years. I'm sure we'll pass by, living in the same area. Just wanted to say hey.
I'm pretty sure I've seen your truck. I drive a gray 03 silverado that is possibly the loudest gas truck around. I'm selling the bronco cause I my buddy hasn't answered any calls for a few months.

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There never seems to be that many people from Ohio on any truck forums.

Just give a hoot n' holler.

I'm from southernish Ohio area, Richmondale, Londondarry, Chillicothe.
I'm from southern Ohio and I live about 20 miles from Chillicothe.

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I'm pretty sure I've seen your truck. I drive a gray 03 silverado that is possibly the loudest gas truck around. I'm selling the bronco cause I my buddy hasn't answered any calls for a few months.
You live in Ravenna? I was born in Ravenna. Raised in Ravenna, Rootstown, and Brimfield for the most part. Live in Rootstown now again for quite a few years. Do you ever get down here? I'm sure you'd see it if you traveled a east on 18 (Tallmadge) a couple miles, from 44 south and Tallmadge. You might have seen it in Ravenna more when the PO, my neighbor drove it a bit. Have not noticed your '03 PU yet. But have seen a couple FS older Blazers in the area. Hard for me to say, but they look pretty sweet. Take care man. ttl.

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I don't go to rootstown often, but I've been known to go to chasers (now Roxy's) diamond lodge the dusty. and I always go to the fair. there is a Bronco for sale that looks like yours on 44 up by mantua past I-80. there is an old diesel blazer that has the army woodland paint on it, that's the only one I've noticed. take care man.

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I'm from southern Ohio and I live about 20 miles from Chillicothe.
Holy crap! you're the FIRST person on ANY forum that I belong to that close that isn't my Dodge buddy! What are your plans for your BKO?

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Holy crap! you're the FIRST person on ANY forum that I belong to that close that isn't my Dodge buddy! What are your plans for your BKO?
Originally I bought it for winter use to fill in for my '86 F150 that's undergoing a full restoration of the body, which fell way behind schedule. I bought it cheap and have got her running good so I'll probably just have my buddy to install quarters on her and keep it around.

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I don't go to rootstown often, but I've been known to go to chasers (now Roxy's) diamond lodge the dusty. and I always go to the fair. there is a Bronco for sale that looks like yours on 44 up by mantua past I-80. there is an old diesel blazer that has the army woodland paint on it, that's the only one I've noticed. take care man.
I used to get into Chasers free (knew the manager) That's just about 2-1/2 miles down the road. I quit going to the Dusty Armpit cause it was free, then a cover, then a bigger cover. I should have bought it when it was Maples and I had the money. Haven't seen the Bronco looking like mine in Mantua. You got any info on that? take care man. Kevin.

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I used to get into Chasers free (knew the manager) That's just about 2-1/2 miles down the road. I quit going to the Dusty Armpit cause it was free, then a cover, then a bigger cover. I should have bought it when it was Maples and I had the money. Haven't seen the Bronco looking like mine in Mantua. You got any info on that? take care man. Kevin.
all I know is that it's for sale. looks like it has a 6 inch lift with 35's. looks like its in decent shape. and it's hard to tell but I think it's an eddie baur edition. it's at that garage right before you go down the big hill and back up. there's also an older silverado with a straight axle i've been drooling over, a little further down the road

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