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Re: =CROSLEY= Re: Leaking Seels.

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  • Peter Berard
    Wauseon is an event a Crosthreadednut should never miss. Julie and I made it once, and wheel do it again health permitting. We couldn t take a Crosley with
    Message 1 of 3 , May 6, 2010
      Wauseon is an event a Crosthreadednut should never miss. 
       Julie and I made it once, and 'wheel' do it again health permitting. We couldn't take a Crosley with us, but the friendship abounds regardless.
       We had an advantage having met Jacky and what's name,  Dick, I think, Doty. (Private joke)  
        Jacky is a beautiful  young woman and what's his name is a retired old telephone tech with a barn full of great Crosleys to die for. I got pitchers two prove it.
      They, since then do an annual overnight stop within 5 miles of our house, spent a few hours and a beer or two with us. 
       Magic Crosley moments. Good people.  
       And we get together since at other Crosley events.
        Don't miss a chance to meet other Crosleynuts. We can be of assistance to one another in times of frustration.
        I have been the benefactor of many Club folks who, out of the goodness of their heart, have helped me to get er done.
         Hope I can reciprocate...............pete 
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      Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 3:49 PM
      Subject: =CROSLEY= Re: Leaking seals.


      I hve a coppy from Mr Seel. I would be tickled to meet you and chat sometime. Do you go to the Starved Rock meet? Lord willing I will be there this year. Cut

      --- In Crosley@yahoogroups .com, Louis Rugani <x779@...> wrote:
      > Thanks for the nice words, Cut. They're still showing that film on TV? Or do you have a copy? I think the film turned out very well.
      > That scene was shot at Matthiesen State Park near Starved Rock in Illinois on the second Sunday of September, 1988, a gorgeous day.
      > =Lou=
      > ~~~~~~~~~~ **-=\/=-** ~~~~~~~~~~
      > The opposite of bravery is not cowardice, but conformity.  Robert Anthony

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