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Posted By Rustymachine Sunday, March 07, 2010 2:37 PM
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John Woge
 Posted Sunday, April 07, 2013 1:22 AM
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Matt,

Not a regular deal any more. It used to be and I miss it. (not the creeper cops on Rt.11 though ). Now we usually only get as far as Governeur or Clayton.

I would have taken you up on the breakfast...had some time to kill for a change...Thanks for the offer

I don't know what is wrong with my PMs. I can send them and I get a e-mail saying I have them and they are there....but I get an error message when I try to open the contents....

been like this for a long time and don't know how to fix it

John
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Not sure what the deal is with the PM's. Just offered to buy breakfast if the Governeur trip is a regular deal. I'm not too far up the road.

Matt
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 Posted Friday, April 05, 2013 11:39 AM
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Nice find Matt....

I got your PM...but I can't open them for some reason ?

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Scored a pair of NOS gold colored Kenworth name plates on eBay this week. Not a lot of these floating around as they only used them for the 1973 model year and for the "007" W900L KW's in 1990.



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Matt
John Woge
 Posted Sunday, March 31, 2013 3:25 PM
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Matt

Know what you went through !

It would have been a lot easier to get a better hood but we wanted to keep the old school hood with the center strip that they used before the newer style with the molded V . Some of the problem we had was the old hood was wrecked and patched and also worn really bad and nothing fit. The hood doesn't even center up good with the steering axle...but we got it good enough for us.

Here's ours

http://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/1af6acca-8a58-47d4-a260-3c5f.JPG

Going to be in your neighborhood on Tuesday. First drop is 7AM in Gouverneur and then across the top and into VT. for the next drop.

Take care, John
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It was the Mexican aftermarket set. Amazing welding work as the crown is welded together from three pieces and polished. But it did take three of us a day to get the thing on there.

Matt
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Matt,

Looks great ! Was that a KW grill, re-chrome, or one of the stainless aftermarkets ?

Dad and I used one of the Mexican aftermarkets on ours. It works fine for us....and fit the budget...but on heck of a job fitting it !

John
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Got a new grill shell put on the truck last fall:



Thanks for looking,

Matt
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Thanks Dieselsmoke, I agree!

For Peter:



Matt
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Matt,

That Kenworth is really looking good, a perfect example of  a classic A model.


Fred Kuhn, St.albans, VT.
1974 Peterbilt 359 Detroit 12v71n @475 13spd

1972 Ford F250 4x2 390 4spd

1994 Ford F350 4x4 IH 7.3 Turbo 5spd

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