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post #16 of 28 Old 05-14-2019, 01:00 PM
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Re: Paging tiretrx! It's in PA, and has your name on it!

No brainer. I'm surprised Ellis didn't think of it himself, but what are friends for.. This should get his wheels turning. I wonder if he might change his sig from tiretrx to traintrx?


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OK, appraised for $1m. Asking less than $0.4m, but a $2m deposit is required???
You and I are thinking alike there.

Wonder what it weighs.

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Re: Paging tiretrx! It's in PA, and has your name on it!

I dunno, I think you guys have the decimal place in the wrong spot... When I read that, I thought it said a deposit of $2000.00... Which, even in Canadian, is less than 2 million!

Listen, if its a concern about where to store the thing, you guys pay for it, and I'll keep it in my back yard. I have permission from LittleTractorBabe... Once we explained that a "locomotive" was a train engine, she was all over wanting us to get it!
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I dunno, I think you guys have the decimal place in the wrong spot... When I read that, I thought it said a deposit of $2000.00... Which, even in Canadian, is less than 2 million!

Listen, if its a concern about where to store the thing, you guys pay for it, and I'll keep it in my back yard. I have permission from LittleTractorBabe... Once we explained that a "locomotive" was a train engine, she was all over wanting us to get it!
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If no one buys it I would think Steamtown in PA would take it as a donation. They have a nice collection of old locomotives.

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You might need a bigger yard 🤪
Actually, I haven't quite gotten the exact measurements of it yet, but I think it might fit across my lot from edge to edge (pie shaped lot on an outside corner, narrow at the bottom of the front yard, enormous at the back of the pie...)

Strange that they don't give you exact measurements...
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Ellis, you can be like Tony Beets on Gold Rush, bring your team and tear it down and move it to L.I. !! Should be able to get a reality T.V. show out of it!!

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I dunno, I think you guys have the decimal place in the wrong spot... When I read that, I thought it said a deposit of $2000.00... Which, even in Canadian, is less than 2 million!
Good catch, I stand corrected. Definitely read that too fast. Still, who sells something like this on eBay???

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Good catch, I stand corrected. Definitely read that too fast. Still, who sells something like this on eBay???

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Well I have a large side yard.. AND a clear shot from the mainline about 100feet away... Set up a crane, and lift her off, and swing her around... eazy peazy....

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Ummm, I'm thinking that may have been pushing my luck, guys. Bringing home 250 chickens, a firetruck and a 10 ton road roller is one thing, but that may have tested my trailer's weight limit...........and my wife's patience

Talk about a beautiful beast though. I hope it goes to a place that plans on bringing it back.
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I have permission from LittleTractorBabe... Once we explained that a "locomotive" was a train engine, she was all over wanting us to get it!
Sounds like LTB is off to a good start. Seeing her Dad's old JDs, and her Mom's neat old Bug must have started her thinking.


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