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$120 million and no brakes

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07-11-2003 01:04:19

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I heard on the news that a fellow in Missouri (?)
won the Power Ball Lottery for $120,000,000. His wife wants a new refrigerator and he wants a new tractor because his '50 Ferguson has no brakes!
Somebody needs to tell him about this site before it's too late. BTW, I was at an old time auto supply today and a customer mentioned that he was cutting up tractors. I asked what kind. He said "Oh, Fergies". "What's the chance of buying one or two?", I said. "None, the old man justs wants them cut up.
A guy was there today displaying a wad of bills, and the old man told him to leave because he didn't like the sound of the money being thumbed!" It seems the guy had a construction business, and bought both farm and construction tractors for parts. He's getting on in years, has plenty of money, and just wants to scrap the stuff.

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James, UK I could fix

07-11-2003 02:07:26

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 Re: $120 million and no brakes in reply to Slowpoke, 07-11-2003 01:04:19  
his brakes for a few thousand, and then he could keep the Fergie, and save the extra he would have had to pay for some overpriced new thing that won't last another 50 years :-)

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