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hey guys I am placing an add for a friend
her husband passed away and is trying to sell his summer car
was garage kept since new, only used in summer time
its a again a 2012 Dodge Challenger RT< white in color, 43k miles, warranty till 2021
located in NE PA
is looking to sell below book value to get a quicker sale here!

if anyone has any interest, PM me please
 

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5.7 hemi, and paddle shift, not exact on what model trans,
Paddle shifters, power sunroof, leather seats, heated front seats, remote start, security alarm, navigation system, are also some of the options it has!
 

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Hope she found a good buyer. wish i could afford it..
 

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as far as I know still for sale, haven't talked to her in a while LOL
 

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tis a shame. nice car.. i had a dodge or 2 before.. not that nice,though..
 

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tis a shame. nice car.. i had a dodge or 2 before.. not that nice,though..
yeah it is a shame on reason for selling, and it is a nice clean car for sure

you don't find a lot of seasonal only used cars up my way either, most folks drive them all yr round, snow and salty roads, so finding one like this is even hard in the snow belt.
it might be sold too, never know
I Been busy and she's been busy doing other things and were about 100 miles apart, so not like I see her all the time !


we actually snowmobile together more than anything LOL
 

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if nothing else, i will talk to the spirits, and see if they will send you, some snow.. ya got to be careful what ya ask for, or you end up with the Midas touch.. :grin
 

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if nothing else, i will talk to the spirits, and see if they will send you, some snow.. ya got to be careful what ya ask for, or you end up with the Midas touch.. :grin
HAHA< well I like snow, but right now would be bad to have any
need/want it come Nov till late March
too many mast crops and fruit tree's and crops in general that would get ruined by snow now !`

but feel free to send all the snow you want come late fall and winter, I'll take all I can get, have never had too much yet LOL
 

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on time i asked it to rain, on the neighbors property. E had fields, an grew stuff. he pissed me off. the rain came for three weeks.. unfortunately, i live across the road..
the road got flooded out on both ends. plus alot of the surrounding area..
did i bring it in? probably not. but i dont ask for much more, after that. :grin
at least not for me.. and in a vengeance way..
said, i was stuporsticious... ..
 

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on time i asked it to rain, on the neighbors property. E had fields, an grew stuff. he pissed me off. the rain came for three weeks.. unfortunately, i live across the road..
the road got flooded out on both ends. plus alot of the surrounding area..
did i bring it in? probably not. but i dont ask for much more, after that. :grin
at least not for me.. and in a vengeance way..
said, i was stuporsticious... ..
I am lucky I guess I live where I will NEVER be flooded, unless we get about 1500 ft of rain LOL and doubt that's happening in my life time!

SNOW< now, I can recall a few yrs where we got about 5 ft, and that did stop things for a while, till they opened roads up and such
but I still like snow and wouldn;t care if we got 5-6 ft
the world doesn;t stop and towns scared of law suits will plow roads to get to fuel, food and??
if you cannot survive at home for a few days without need to go some where I pity you LOL

NOW< ICE storms, I dis like, have lived thru a few that were just plain nasty, 2+ inches of ice make going any where almost impossible when you live where I do , al;l hills and roads are NOT level either so gravity wins and sticks you in ditches like it or not
and then major ice storms tend to knock power out all over here,
2-3 yrs ago, I was without power here for like 2 weeks, and THAT sucks when its below freezing out
its NOT me staying warm I worry about, but its pipes freezing and busting , that I are about, winter time is NOT the time to be doing plumbing work LOL


I have a generator if needed to get heat going
but you still have worries with them pipes when power is out for long periods!, only flaw/worries I have in winter time here, other wise, I like SNOW and winters!
 

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ah aint worried bout the flood, but the road gets blocked off, on both ends, when it has too much rain.. it aint done it lately. least 5 years.
i dont know, if you know, that horse manure, mostly grass, put's out heat in the winter. those days at the Van Burg farm wernt totally wasted. 99 times of being thrown, on the ground, or in the shed-row, taught me something.. i needed some serious training. :smile,,
an that was in the last 3 months, i worked there. [i best check my facts, before i tell to many whoppers].. anywho, in the winter, the mounds of horse stalls that were cleaned, would be putting out heat, even at 20 or below. mostly straw, horse manure, and of course ammonia/urine. at least horse manure dont smell as bad as some other species, on the planet. i, only being one of the two legged species, will, and can, testify to that.
you can use horse manure to generate heat.
 

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ah aint worried bout the flood, but the road gets blocked off, on both ends, when it has too much rain.. it aint done it lately. least 5 years.
i dont know, if you know, that horse manure, mostly grass, put's out heat in the winter. those days at the Van Burg farm wernt totally wasted. 99 times of being thrown, on the ground, or in the shed-row, taught me something.. i needed some serious training. :smile,,
an that was in the last 3 months, i worked there. [i best check my facts, before i tell to many whoppers].. anywho, in the winter, the mounds of horse stalls that were cleaned, would be putting out heat, even at 20 or below. mostly straw, horse manure, and of course ammonia/urine. at least horse manure dont smell as bad as some other species, on the planet. i, only being one of the two legged species, will, and can, testify to that.
you can use horse manure to generate heat.
yeah I know about horse manure, and its not the only type that can makes heat!
I might be wrong, but MANY moons ago, some folks would even dry it out and mix it and smoke it, , believe it was once something native Americans did as rituals and suppose to have some alternate effects on the body LOL
Never done that nor plan to try and see what it does, but ??

it does make good fertilizer too, have friends that own many horses and even work at some larger stables, that shoveling out stalls is a never ending job!

I have friends (all from West Virginia) that tell me BAT Crap is the bet fertilizer out there, and they use it to grow some HUGE vegetables , never really ask them how they get enough of it to make a difference though LOL!
seems like would need a WHOLE lot of bats to make much of it to do anything!
 

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This thread took a curve.

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well, i heard my bro-inlaw say chicken crap is good. how you would collect enough, to make you garden grow, i cant imagine. they have some that roost, but not enough, for a garden.
Least, ya follow them around, with the tiny wheelbarrow, and the extra tiny, pooperscooper. :grin

put a bat house, in the centre of you garden, better than going into the caves..
meanwhile;,, wasn't this the garden thread??
weather;; chilly tonight, hot tamale :smile
 

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well, i heard my bro-inlaw say chicken crap is good. how you would collect enough, to make you garden grow.

Its all in the way you build a pen, my meat kings have a wire mesh bottom so everything drops to the ground in a 4x8 area, I can easily get a few wheelbarrows out from under it.




Glad to see the car sold mrbb.
 

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Its all in the way you build a pen, my meat kings have a wire mesh bottom so everything drops to the ground in a 4x8 area, I can easily get a few wheelbarrows out from under it.




Glad to see the car sold mrbb.
and i just thought all you had to do was plant tomatoes, so when they were pecking holes in them, they would leave a deposit.. :ROFLMAO:
seriously though,, my sisters chickens are open range, as well as the guinnie's .. mators dont stand a chance.plus to boot, i got plants from one nursery, that came with a fungus blight.. the soil is ruined. in order to save the soil, ya got to leave a black tarp over it for over two years..
its been a while, i had a garden mator.. i wont buy mators from a store.
 
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