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Old 04-09-2002, 04:32:16 AM
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I almost didn't go to the local Flea Market Sunday morning after work. Really tired , but the ol'e Chevy truck with 238K miles somehow just went past my exit(creature of habit), and I wound up their . At the "FIRST" table I came to, I found me an engine . Everybody thought it was a muffler off a motorcycle or moped . I'm glad they were all wrong before I got there about 08:30am to pick up a M. E. W. 307 Jet engine still in it's original shipping box. To bad the top is missing . All I need now is some instructions on how to run it and get the ignition system installed(there is none on it) ? Anybody seen Wally S. lately ?

I guess I just got into another branch of old engine collecting , What is one to do I know, JUST HAVE SOME FUN ON THE WAY THROUGH, EVEN IN NJ

Paul

ps: What's that in the bottom of the picture Nothing runs like a DEERE Should be IHC , right


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