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Old 03-15-2011, 10:57 PM
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Now this is a fishing wagon, they had this displayed at the Midwest Fly show last weekend. I thought I would share it, I could picture this back in the day!!

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Old 03-15-2011, 11:01 PM
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Dude, I could use that here! Sweet!

Great picture thanks for putting that up,

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OMG that's beautiful!
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Just think, Now we view both the canoe and wagon as a work of art. Back then they made it to be used as just any other vehicle. Shows how much craftsmans ship went into products back then.
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Old 03-16-2011, 07:23 AM
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Just think, Now we view both the canoe and wagon as a work of art. Back then they made it to be used as just any other vehicle. Shows how much craftsmans ship went into products back then.

And now everything is "disposable". Just wait until you see next years model!
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Oh, Lordy, me WANT!!
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"On the banks...of the river.....................Running Bear loved little White Dove..........Ummm..Pammp...Pammp...Ummm". (A song of that day). Musta been the canoe.
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Sing it Jimmie...

Looking at that picture make me think that maybe I should get a second job...

Great pic, thanks for sharing.

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I would hate to see the price tag on that canoe....
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What a great looking Woodie! Now that would be a great ride to own, one can only dream!

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