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BillMaine

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About BillMaine

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    Waldo Maine
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    Not many. I'm basically pretty boring.

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  1. Well, apparently I exhausted my allowable uploads. If there's interest in more exterior photos of large items, I can send them via e-mail. I'll also try to climb in for interior photos. Serious interest only, please.
  2. I have 10 exterior photos of fairly large format. Hopefully, I'm allowed to upload these a couple at a time. If not, I'm sure I'll hear about it.
  3. Thanks to those who followed up regarding my question. We just finished a snow and ice storm here in Maine and getting good photos in the woods is possible but will take a few days.
  4. I am new to this site and not an antique car collector or parts sales person. However, I have had a 1938 Plymouth in my woods on its roof for over 50 years. Some parts are salvageable but I’ve always wondered whether it was worth the attempt to retrieve it with the intent to sell all of it or parts of it so someone may enjoy the benefit of salvaging it to rebuild something of their own. The doors and most of the body are available as well as other parts. Being on its roof, I would also assume the frame may still be salvageable. Does anyone out there have an opinion whether I should make the a
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