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Early b with a loader I-80 Mile 75 WHO?

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I was on Ohio turnpike Rt 80 / 90 going toward cleveland at mile 75 at about 11:00 AM. When we my girlfriend and I passed a b with a loader on a trailer in front of a golfcart also white. The trailer was a white stake side pull behind not a fifth wheel type. Was it one of you other club members? Wish I had the camera if I could have got a shot I would have posted that nice looking round top b. If it was one of you could you post the sweet b?

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[:0]That was me.I was sporting around my new ride(I wish)I waved at you and your girl but you was so busy drooling over my ride you didn't even notice who I was.:DOnly funning with you:)hope you find out who it was so I can drool to.:o) Stormy

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