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  • HAWK
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    Originally posted by scote
    Hawk, is there new equipment for sale at this show also. Discounted?
    Thanks,
    Sorry I missed your post. The answer is yes.

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  • ASKANDY
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    no problemo dude

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  • pejenkins
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    A-
    Terrific!!
    I'll let U know the date when we nail it down!!
    I know from volunteering @ Kansas Speedway here in KCK that the "insider" deal is much better than the canned deal that anyone can experience. If you, or any members of this forum, come to Kansas Speedway U can let me know via E-mail and I'll try to wrangle a couple of VIP tickets to the Friday night dirt track action just down the street from Ks spdwy. A few drivers from the Truck series, Busch series and Nextel Cup series attend the races while they are in town for their event (Ken Schrader is usually a given). It's a little 1/2 mile dirt track that produces some pretty good racing!! People I volunteer with @ Ks speedway also work @ Lakeside so we should be able to come up with something!!.

    Thanks A- for the hospitality!!

    PJ

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  • ASKANDY
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    PJ,

    Like I've said many many times before. Anyone is welcome to come down. My shop is always open and I'll even bring you on a couple of insider tours of the shops instead of the "look in the window" tour they give.

    Let me know!

    A-

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  • pejenkins
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    ANDY -
    You BET there would!!! I'd order in a heartbeat!!
    Do you ever come to the midwest ?
    A buddy and me are talking about coming to Mooresville to
    visit the different shops and ?. This won't happen till late this year or early next.....can we put your place on our schedule ?

    Thanks,

    PJ

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  • Pinecone
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    Originally posted by arcdawg
    i cant rememeber when in o3 but i dont think that i was in that class - i had steve for the basic class then in the advanced was joe -

    yeah free food is good - did you go to the italin place ?

    we caused a MAJOr ruckus that night



    p.s. when i was out there the last time i had rented a HEMI p/up and actually ran it down at norwalk - i begged and pleaded for the guy not to soap up my window ......so needlees to say i was out in the parking lot 2am cleaning th #s off the truck -

    dawg
    Yeah, it was Steve, and he had a cold. Yeap, Italian place, then a local bar up the street with "other" entertainment.

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  • arcdawg
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    i cant rememeber when in o3 but i dont think that i was in that class - i had steve for the basic class then in the advanced was joe -

    yeah free food is good - did you go to the italin place ?

    we caused a MAJOr ruckus that night



    p.s. when i was out there the last time i had rented a HEMI p/up and actually ran it down at norwalk - i begged and pleaded for the guy not to soap up my window ......so needlees to say i was out in the parking lot 2am cleaning th #s off the truck -

    dawg

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  • Pinecone
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    Originally posted by arcdawg
    the basic class was more like 70% class time 30% shop.....or it seemed that way.........

    same with the advanced 70% class time .......

    p.c. i went in fall of 03 for basic spring 04 for advanced.........which one did you go to and who did you have for instructor

    dawg
    Were you in the class with the Monster Truck (Back Draft) guy? The instructor was nursing a cold and wasn't the most help. I can't remember the instructor's name.

    As I said, the classroom seemed more like 40% or so. Rick (Monster Truck guy) went to the Advanced the next week and he told me it was like 90% welding time. It may change from instructor to instructor.

    But at least they feed you a couple of nights.

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  • Pinecone
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    Originally posted by arcdawg
    when did you go pine cone ?

    dawg
    I was there Nov of 03.

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  • scote
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    Originally posted by HAWK
    Come on guys. Let's go!

    I went last year and had a blast! The exhibits are great, the demo booths are really informative as far as current equipment from Miller and other ITW companies, and the people are wonderful. Andy's demos are really good too!!!
    And then there is the used equipment for sale so what are waiting for?

    A-,

    I don't guess Sue will be in the driver's seat this time around.
    Hawk, is there new equipment for sale at this show also. Discounted?
    Thanks,

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  • Paul Seaman
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    HAWK:
    Big smiles, big laughs, do you think she would get a discount, hummm!!!!

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  • HAWK
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    PJS,

    Don't do it before April! Next thing you know you will pushing MM210's at the corner house on the block and all the AVON sales people with thier pink Cadillacs will be jealous.

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Dawg:
    If ANDY bought the paint I would paint my wifes Lincoln, Miller blue. It would get a look or two. BTW it is a 93 lincoln mark 8, I think she would flip out, it might be worth the price of admission!!!

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  • arcdawg
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    the basic class was more like 70% class time 30% shop.....or it seemed that way.........

    same with the advanced 70% class time .......

    p.c. i went in fall of 03 for basic spring 04 for advanced.........which one did you go to and who did you have for instructor

    dawg

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  • DEA
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    Andy
    When are theu going to be ready
    I like the idea of a get together better.That's not a bad drive either
    DEA

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