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446 custom Casegattor Hey l@@k Gene Dotson !!

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Doug F

06-04-2009 17:11:03




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My son Steven and I built the " Casegattor" Or a "Caseanattor" over the past few weeks. Got a lot of looks and pics at the Portland Swap Meet last month.Its all Case except for the dump bed that we fabricated and the steering wheel.Started out with a 220 and went from there. All 4 rear wheels drive. Let me know what you think Gene! Doug Franks

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Kris Golden

06-05-2009 21:27:52




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 Re: 446 custom Casegattor Hey l@@k Gene Dotson !! in reply to Doug F, 06-04-2009 17:11:03  
looks great to me - but with all the extra length, I'm reminded of the song "give me fourty acres and I'll turn this rig around"



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Gene Dotson

06-04-2009 19:48:45




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 Re: 446 custom Casegattor Hey l@@k Gene Dotson !! in reply to Doug F, 06-04-2009 17:11:03  
Doug;
I think this is great. Don't know how I missed you there. Was there every day except Saturday. Probably the day you were there?
Portland is a great place to show off an interesting ride. So many great ideas there and you certainly have an original there. I had my golf cart project there. '96 Yamaha with 18 hp Briggs and painted bright yellow. Nice ride.
Been trying to get hay baled. Have about 8 acres down to bale tomorrow. Be glad to get that done... Gene

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