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Old 09-05-2010, 11:52 PM
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Ahh true, but it was not about "Post counts" just a rolling number.
Number 405.
Could not find an engine size, so went for a model number (but not the Poohgeut)
http://www.tractordata.com/farm-trac...almet-405.html
Nassty try this then
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Old 09-06-2010, 12:52 AM
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It is only the third post!
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Ha Ha I love the clip..."I drove the mini all over England and even Scotland". It had 9'000 miles on the clock
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365 now that's a year.

Interestingly this thread has been going for a lot longer..
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August 7, 2010 4:03 PM PDT
The school bus that goes 367 mph

Sometimes when people do crazy things, you just look at them and think: "You're crazy. You should be locked up, the key thrown away, and the meals to consist of only tofu."
However, there are times when people do crazy things and have such beautiful, persuasive explanations that you can't help but be disarmed to the point of wanting to be that crazy yourself.
Such is the case with Paul Stender, an Indianapolis man who, together with his friends at Indy Boys, Inc., decided to equip a nice yellow school bus with an engine from a Phantom jet fighter so that it can get kids to school at more than 300mph over most speed limits.
While some might initially question why Stender and his friends should do something that appears so patently useless, just one look at his logic and you'll want to be driving that bus, which can screech to 367mph, without a crash helmet.

Can I drive the bus dad!
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