[Fwd: Weirdest of Trade Deals - Pick Up Truck Wanted]
Ronald Ferguson (ferguson@IONET.NET)
Thu, 3 Sep 1998 23:36:08 -0500
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Here is something you don't see or hear about everyday.
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Reply-To: "Chris Jensen at Streamwood, Inc." <cjensen@MINDSPRING.COM>
Sender: The International Patch Traders and Collectors Forum
From: "Chris Jensen at Streamwood, Inc." <cjensen@MINDSPRING.COM>
Subject: Weirdest of Trade Deals - Pick Up Truck Wanted
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With all of the people out there in the collecting world, there has got to
be someone who is just cracked enough, or just weird enough to consider
this. I am in need of a good running (but not necessarily perfect looking)
pick up truck. I would prefer something like a Toyota mini truck made in
the last 8-12 years, but would consider most anything that runs OK and gets
better than 16 miles per gallon.
I am proposing trading patches or whatever I have to make this deal.....
talk to me. I will probably make a nice discount from the normal retail
price of the items that I am trading to get this truck. But, its probably
out of the question if the truck is located in Idaho (unless the glove box
has a couple of Koo-Ben-Sho flaps in it). My ideal target is to find a
truck that is valued at $1000-3000.
Are there any truck dealers in the audience that are located within a 700
mile radius of South Carolina that can help..... or someone who just
happens to have a truck they are going to part with? If you have a truck,
and want scout stuff ...... call me. Let's make a deal!
Weird Trade Deal Guru
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Easley, SC 29641
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