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dcampbell 28481 166 scratch-built grader model either
scratch-built grader model
I hand-built this model from 18.ga. sheet metal. It has 275
pieces to it. It is all welded and bolted construction .
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Nice model Don. Where are you from??
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I live in Northern Michigan , a little town called Gaylord.
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Gaylord!! What a name. I live near a village called Bonar
Bridge, I thought that was bad!! Are you scottish?? Thats a
local name you have.
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I'm scottish , where is Bonar Bridge ?
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He Don. I was too times in America for visit with my parents
by famile and the live in Fort-Wayne in Indiana and Muskegon
in Michican. do you know that places? My father had also
meet a tractor fan from John-Deere his name is Dave Snyder
in Hudgesonville in Michican. He is also a good driver in
tractor pulling with Allis-Chalmers and Oliver
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Bonar Bridge is in Sutherland in the north of Scotland. We
are about an hours drive north of Inverness.
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I know where all those towns you went in America are. I was
stationed in Lakenheath , England and I rode the train to
Edinburogh , Scotland. It was a great trip.
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