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Posted By Ron Oakes Saturday, May 17, 2008 2:35 AM
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Ron Oakes
 Posted Saturday, May 17, 2008 2:35 AM
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as suggested, I'm suggesting we compile a list of people and places, that would be willing to help those in need of temporary storage of their truck or truck parts. -the idea being that a member buys something and it has to be moved but he/she can't get suitable transportation arranged in the time alotted -so they go to the list and find someone in that area and put together a plan to have the item cared for -the list would be just a list of possibilities,, nothing more.. any arrangements made between the two parties are strictly their business.

and furthermore, I would put my name/location on that list 

great lakes region -southern ontario -simcoe  ron

Terry Tombaugh
 Posted Saturday, May 17, 2008 5:12 AM
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This was discussed quite a while back and many spoke up.  I am currently storing a truck for a fellow ATHS member.  I even did him the favor of going to the sellers home and picking it up for him, no charge from me but I did have to charge him for the fuel used and thank goodness it got moved back in September of last year for a buck and change less than the current price of diesel.

T.

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