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York Nebraska to Fort Worth #713706
Mon Jul 23 2018 06:06 AM
Mon Jul 23 2018 06:06 AM
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DFW Texas
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Seeing is anyone from Texas who is going to Iowa Gas could pick up a set of 38 Chevrolet front fenders for me in York Nebraska on their return trip. Please text or call and we can work out the details.

Thanks, Mark
214-403-0129


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Re: York Nebraska to Fort Worth [Re: 1937 GMC] #713785
Tue Jul 24 2018 09:05 AM
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Hi Mark, I'm not trying to cause any trouble.....just thinking.....You do realize that York, Nebraska is over three hours West of Des Moines? Be different if the fenders were being delivered to the show but this seems like a stretch? You might want to call Beltman, 1 800 959-8880 x2 and have them shipped? Trying to be helpful here, Paul www.severngaspumps.com

Re: York Nebraska to Fort Worth [Re: gasmansgp] #713787
Tue Jul 24 2018 09:41 AM
Tue Jul 24 2018 09:41 AM
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Paul

Thanks for the shipping information. I am familiar with Nebraska as I am relatives that live there. York is a straight shot north of Dallas / Fort Worth; those coming back to North Texas or the Panhandle or New Mexico that would a viable option.....never hurts to ask...just never know that guy who has a trip planned back from the show to pick up the pump he got a lead on and would drive right past my fenders. Thanks Again


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Re: York Nebraska to Fort Worth [Re: 1937 GMC] #713798
Tue Jul 24 2018 12:57 PM
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My pleasure. Good luck. Paul www.severngaspumps.com


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