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Old 06-06-2014, 08:38 PM   #141
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Living large, and loving life. It's good to hear all is OK with you, and yours. Hopefully things will slow down for you soon. Hugs......
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Awesome. That's what I love to hear. That you are loving life and doing well.
Enjoy. Hugs to you too. :-)
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Old 06-06-2014, 09:29 PM   #142
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My other ride is a 1959 Bugeye Sprite. It's pretty bad *** (turbocharged rotary engine, tube frame, four-wheel independent suspension, etc). And I a big guy. Ergo: BigBadBug
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Old 06-06-2014, 09:34 PM   #143
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Yes, some autocross.
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I thought you were the god of Kia Spectra's.

Damn, I thought you were a guy with an excellent taste in cars, such as the magnificent Kia Spectra.
That would actually make me happier. My buddy who gave the name to me, was killed in a horrific wreck along with his 5 year old daughter a few years back, that is why I keep the name, in his memory.

Besides, did they make the Kia Spectra longer than a year? I forgot all about that thing.
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Named in honor of the late great Central Ohio Coal Co. dragline. It was manufactured by Bucyrus Erie and had a 220 cubic yard bucket. It was scrapped in 1989.
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Old 06-10-2014, 09:50 AM   #147
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Named in honor of the late great Central Ohio Coal Co. dragline. It was manufactured by Bucyrus Erie and had a 220 cubic yard bucket. It was scrapped in 1989.
Ah, the Big Muskie bucket is just right up the road from me.
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I also had it on a previous pair of overly moto personalized plates.
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Ah, the Big Muskie bucket is just right up the road from me.
I have been around draglines that had buckets large enough that I parked my 86 F-250 in and had room on each side to open the doors and get out of the truck. One of these days I will get my *** up there to see the Big Muskie bucket.
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Lol we must work in similar industries.

We have quarries that use those huge drag lines. The buckets easily hold a 150 - you could probably squeeze 2 in there with the mirrors folded.
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