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It's cold here today, so while I was waiting on a delivery of oxygen
for my wife I decided to count the numbers.
MODELS,
0/1=7
0/5=26
10=17
15=11
20=4

I just thought this was interesting.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

Sonnie & Patti Gray
72 0/5 Eagle 3406 Cat, 70 0/5, 85 Model 10
Pottsboro, Texas
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Wow sonnie that is pretty interesting,you pretty much almost have a dog in every race there :) ,well except for the 05 kitty cat :lol: (MEE-YEOW) :D
Now Dale you fellows in the 20 group are kinda fallin behind ,we expect to see an improvement come next year alright :arrow: :lol:
van
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Sonnie, Thank you for the info
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rusty
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Ahoy, Sonnie, All,

Thanks.

I'm honored to be 'one of the magnificent seven' with my Eagle -01.

Merry Christmas to All /s/ Bob
Bob Belter Carmel CA ---- Eagle -01 /w/ Cummins M-11/ Roadranger ten speed RTO1110
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rhbelter
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Pretty cool stats, Sonnie. Thanks for making that effort. I am also glad to be a part of the elite and few 20s! haha

Next time you get bored come on out to Bakersfield. Don and I have plenty of Eagle stuff that we can put you to work on! :lol:
Dale Houston
1993 Eagle 15-45
Nashville, TN
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Hey Bob,

You beat me too it....Hee Hee

I'm honored to be included in the "Magificiant Seven" also......

What a name you gave us Bob.........Nice going and I agree of course.......

Thanks Sonnie,
Becky & Paul Lawry
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1968 Eagle 01 #7443
Silver 8V92 HT 740

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The guys that own the model 04 better get on board or they will be left out here


Clifford
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There's the guy with the Model 12 that lives up here North of me too. Wonder where he is?
Dale Houston
1993 Eagle 15-45
Nashville, TN
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Am I a M15 or still a M10? It's streched to 45, widened to 102 and raised 8", with a new drive train. For all intents and purposes, the same as a 15. But....my data plate still says '81 Bus Model 10. What say you??
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If it were mine I would very proudly call it a highly customized Model 10. And a very nice one at that!
Dale Houston
1993 Eagle 15-45
Nashville, TN
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