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On 1/22/2021 at 5:43 PM, zeke01 said:

Personally, I would rather ride in a manure spreader. To each his own and there is no accounting for taste. Zeke

 

Zeke01, I don't know if you've ever ridden a manure spreader, but we lived just north of Fort Wayne, IN in the early 1970s with the pungent aroma of Amish farms for neighbors. 

For my part, I'll take that red '50 Buick / El Camino mod any day of the week-

so, yes, there is no accounting for taste, but if I had a damaged Buick worth saving, needed a light truck, and had the needed skills,

Like Ben, I'd proudly drive that red Buick !

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8 hours ago, Marty Roth said:

 

Zeke01, I don't know if you've ever ridden a manure spreader, but we lived just north of Fort Wayne, IN in the early 1970s with the pungent aroma of Amish farms for neighbors. 

For my part, I'll take that red '50 Buick / El Camino mod any day of the week-

so, yes, there is no accounting for taste, but if I had a damaged Buick worth saving, needed a light truck, and had the needed skills,

Like Ben, I'd proudly drive that red Buick !

Opinions are like elbows. Most everyone have a couple, and yes, I have first hand knowledge of manure spreaders. Zeke

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