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Dennis_MN

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About Dennis_MN

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    Guru, have been a long time contributor

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    Male
  • Location
    Monticello, Minnesota
  • Interests
    Trucks
  • My Project Cars
    All Gone now

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  • Biography
    Retired
  • Occupation
    keep out of my wifes way

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  • Location
    Monticello, MN
  • Interests
    1949 Dodge B1B-108

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  1. Some years ago I hauled home a 31 Ford Coupe, Model A. At the last of three truckloads, she called out the window, you paid $150 for WHAT! After many evenings out in the garage, I heard her telling one of her friends that that Ford was better than another woman or whiskey at the bar, at least she knew where her hubby was. After a year she remarked that maybe another woman would be better, she said "I can compete with a woman but not with that car!" After about 7 years, I got a hankering for a convertible and she insisted that the Ford has to go, these are not like a stamp collection. So I sold the Model A and bought a 1970 Dodge Challanger Convertible. I kept that for 7 years and then sold it with the idea that I would get a pickup. I made a mistake and added up how much it would cost so I bought a new Ranger instead. It took until 2005 before I found the 1948 Dodge. She does support all of my passions.
  2. https://sites.google.com/site/dennisjsullivan/train-story?authuser=0 Read my story of riding the train. I still love trains. Consider taking the real northern route through North Dakota and Montana Dennis Sullivan
  3. So I've signed off from FB last April or May and just yesterday I had an e-mail from my Daughter-in-law saying this link was interesting. Like a trusting father in law, I clicked on the link and realized that I've been had by a FB troll. Hopefully there wasn't enough time to plant a bug or to drain my computer. So now I'm going to go back on facebook and delete everything Dennis
  4. "Wetherspoons in Uxbridge" It would be easier to catch on if the place was "Hooters"
  5. I was active on the truck forum since 2005 until I sold my truck in 2012. I didn't leave the forum however. When I was active on the truck forum, it was because we had questions about something we were working on and we were seeking information. I used to scan the car side because those guys drifted into a wide area of discussions mostly off topic. One of the re-designs provided a distinct off topic area so that the car guys could drift to their hearts content. So I scan through the discussions on a daily basis and find a load of trivia going on. Where else can one find a travel log or trip report in driving a model T through Alaska or a 50 Dodge Pickup from Waukesha, WI to Nashville. Just plain interesting but still car related. Dennis Sullivan
  6. You could say that you have an appealing truck.....
  7. Here is a photo of the 70's GMC motorhome with a Olds Toronado Drive train. Vintage but still popular.
  8. This is a repost of years ago to answer a question about his phone number...
  9. Here is a picture of Don Bunn during one of the Mopar in the Park events in the Twin Cities
  10. I posted a forsale notice and saw that pictures were forbidden so I thought I would add them here
  11. I have to agree with the plumber, radiant heat in the floor from a small steam boiler, and rough in plumbing for a bathroom. You have no idea how handy a sink is to wash up before entering the house. There was a motorcycle shop in Door County Wisconsin that when I asked to use their bathroom they said I had two choices, go around the end of the building to pee or I could use the funnel and the hose in the corner. Crude but handy. You must not be old enough yet where you have a need to pee every half hour. Much handier if you don't need to leave the shop. A friend of mine also put in a shower so that he could really clean up when he was done working. Dennis
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