White Gold


Guess what I’ll be doing today.







It’s called easy money.

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  1. I used to own a 1974 International One ton Travelall 4x4, vhtf in a one ton that was a beast, 392 V8, front and rear posi, 3.91 axles. Dual batteries, extreme HD truck that never got stuck. I made so much extra money jumping and yarding idiots out of the snow. It was really easy money. Best part was when the Dept. of Public Safety called me to pull out their cruisers or 4x4's. I would take another binder any day.

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    1. One of my friends dad's owned a '65 International Travelall with, get this, A 10 foot blade. They called it the "Iron Cow". He also had a similar vintage 1 ton Binder flatbed on propane. It didn't have an air horn, it had a PROPANE HORN. When he blew it in the summer, you could see the vapors. Too cool. I always wanted to put a match to it, but I was too chicken.

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  2. Hey, is that you in that truck, Neil? The snow is so pretty. I do miss it sometimes.

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    1. Not mine, but very similar. I got a '98 GMC K3500 Sierra Grande, black,454, dual stainless steel pipes with no mufflers. You can hear me coming from a long way away. No sweeter sound in the world to me. Hey, saw and signed your petitions, and did some promoting of your site on the Feral Irishman. Asked him, and everyone else to add you to their blogrolls. Told everyone how awesome you are.

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    2. Well thank you. I do appreciate it. We have a 2006 ford f250 and just had to have the transmission rebuilt this week. Stupid ford. I have a 2011 ford edge. Biggest piece of crap ever! Thank Goodness it's a lease and I can get rid of it in only 10 more months.

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    3. I have a friend that has a Ford Edge who says the same thing. It's a shame, because they are good looking vehicles and look like they would be practical cars.

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