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Dwight Romberger

Would this be considered a "woody?"

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‚ÄčIf it's not a Woody, life isn't fair ! Thanks for sharing ? Wayne

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Dodge panel trunk.

Well atleast they used hardwood paneling and not pine. Gives it a little more class.

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Dwight,

You might want to check with the EPA before transporting that wood across state lines.

Bernie

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Bring A Trailer. 1 Cord of Firewood Included With Purchase.

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I hope the owner wood consider my offer?

I own one brass era car and have been thinking of branching out.

Going out on a limb here ,but I really like the idea of having shade wherever you park!

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I hope the owner wood consider my offer?

I own one brass era car and have been thinking of branching out.

Going out on a limb here ,but I really like the idea of having shade wherever you park!

Now THAT is what I would call a shady deal....

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Just couldn't LEAF it alone anymore,

...it WOOD go against my GRAIN...

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I wonder what the original color was. It looks like it was Emerald Ash Borer Green.

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Even a half-ashed shade tree mechanic should knot have any trouble getting this one going.

Unless there are some deep rooted problems.

just waiting for trimacar the master of all puns now

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He has been strangely silent on this one. I'm sure he will eventually oPINE. I've seen vehicles advertised as "cherry" but that truck is something else.

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Why on earth do you guys keep aspen my opinion? You keep asking, woody have an opinion....well, the front seat of this truck definitely has lumber support, which is a plus.... But as a trimmer I always think a little cottonwood make the seat more comfortable...but that's just my alder ego talking.....someone maple this truck out to be restored, as we all hope, because it could be cherry, restored....I'd be sycamore finds like this are lost....it would really spruce up nicely....

Edited by trimacar (see edit history)

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