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Old April 21st, 2018, 06:44 AM
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Looks good TJ! Is that pockets in the front? Our trucks could sure use some more storage for pens and such.
Yuppers! Decently deep to as it holds a quart of oil no problem if needed.

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Old April 21st, 2018, 08:22 PM
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With my new job being 30 miles away and 10 hours a day....Crustine is now an evening/weekend driver. Man do I miss driving the old truck every day of the week, but I was in major need of a job change as well. Super happy with the new one by the way(and the paychecks.

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Anyhow...the seat cover that was given to me as a gift about 3 years ago was just to torn up to be on the seat any longer. Found this one and it arrived today. Have to say I am pleased with the quality of it.
Looks real nice! Where did you get that seat cover TJ? My '72 GMC will be needing a new one pretty soon. I guess that has to happen every 20 years or so!

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Old April 24th, 2018, 06:53 AM
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Looks real nice! Where did you get that seat cover TJ? My '72 GMC will be needing a new one pretty soon. I guess that has to happen every 20 years or so!

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Found it on Ebay. Seller has a fair amount of color choices to.

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Old April 24th, 2018, 06:55 AM
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Went to a local car show last Saturday and came home with this awesome train horn kit for the truck. 152 decibels so I should be able to create some racket! haha Gonna be fun!
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Old April 26th, 2018, 04:29 AM
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Thanks for the link TJ! I will check them out.

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Rolling back in time to your magnum manifold, where did you find one? I have been searching the internet like crazy and no listings anywhere...that I can find.
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Old August 18th, 2018, 06:53 AM
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Rolling back in time to your magnum manifold, where did you find one? I have been searching the internet like crazy and no listings anywhere...that I can find.
A member here sold one to me quite awhile back, they are very scarce to find without the rest of the motor attached for $1500 these days.

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Old December 8th, 2018, 05:56 PM
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Been awhile since an update about Crustine again. Well she is still at home and I've moved away. About 3 months ago I moved 260 miles north to work at Union Pacific railroad. Been driving locomotives and playing with 11,000+ cubic inch v12's and v16's. Cool stuff....and nothing sounds as good as an EMD! lol
Anyhow....so the start of a career has taken me away from my two trucks, but I'm working on getting Crustine up here pretty soon.
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Well at least Crustine's not lonesome and has some company!
Congratulations on the Job and New opportunities TJ.

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Been awhile since an update about Crustine again. Well she is still at home and I've moved away. About 3 months ago I moved 260 miles north to work at Union Pacific railroad. Been driving locomotives and playing with 11,000+ cubic inch v12's and v16's. Cool stuff....and nothing sounds as good as an EMD! lol
Anyhow....so the start of a career has taken me away from my two trucks, but I'm working on getting Crustine up here pretty soon.
Electromagnetic Dynamo? What's an EMD?

Congrats on the new Job! Hope it pays well and lets you pamper Crustine

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