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    Posted: October-04-2010 at 7:23am
I saw 2 on a trailer that looked like they were headed for port...a blue and white SN '05 maybe and a bigger 230? on the back. I also saw a full trailer of new CC's headed north.

So, who has awesome Christmas presents on the way?   
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Well if they were headed south I'd say they might be going down under. Looks like Lewy and Chopper won't have a reason to come to the states anymore as CC is announcing a dealers in Austrailia.

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Greg; Did you get my pm a couple weeks ago?

Foot; Me and Patti will be heading north for Tennessee on thursday. Gonna be around about lunch time?

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Yes John, I'll be here. Always working! Gotta pay for my CCFan gathering trips somehow. Give me call before you head up as we need to chat.

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Originally posted by jbear jbear wrote:

Greg; Did you get my pm a couple weeks ago?


Hey John...and no, I didn't. Shoot it to millman1@bellsouth.net

I've been so busy I forgot my own phone # last week!
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I was worried this was going to follow the abandonded Martinique theme, a trailer full of CCs upside down in a ditch!
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Originally posted by Hollywood Hollywood wrote:

I was worried this was going to follow the abandonded Martinique theme, a trailer full of CCs upside down in a ditch!


The full trailer headed north was wrapped up tight; white clean and neat. And that's no easy trick with all of the road construction! The 2 headed for Miami had water lines, but they looked to be in good shape otherwise.

There is one of those 'other ones' down here sitting next to a stars and stripes. Both are in rough shape and have been parted out about half way. I wasn't going to bring that one up.
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