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Sandy Lake won't make it to the Wapak show!

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I regret to have to report that on the way home from Portland in the wee hours Saturday/Sunday the transmission in the truck "crossed over the river" with only 24000 miles logged in it's young life! We have another truck equipped to tow/haul but if I took it to the Buckeye show that would leave the dealership without one in our busy season. I am very sorry if any of you were counting on us being there, I was looking forward to it. Oh well, will have to see you all at Kalamazoo next month! Bill :(

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Bill, Sorry to here about your transmission:(, I was going to try and get down to Wapak to get some parts from you, well maybe I can make it to Kalamazoo next month....:)

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