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Re: COTM 'Company of the Month' History & Archives
BryceG #638098 Sun Nov 22 2015 10:12 PM
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Fantastic!!


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Re: COTM 'Company of the Month' History & Archives
BryceG #651947 Sun Apr 03 2016 08:35 AM
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Re: COTM 'Company of the Month' History & Archives
BryceG #716111 Sun Sep 02 2018 07:27 PM
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Someone had mentioned about having the lights in the truck working. And I also thought that would be cool to do, so I worked on it today.

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Re: COTM 'Company of the Month' History & Archives
BryceG #716117 Sun Sep 02 2018 08:21 PM
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That really adds to the overall effect, very nice!


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Re: COTM 'Company of the Month' History & Archives
BryceG #716125 Mon Sep 03 2018 04:32 AM
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Thanks Bryce for collecting this info together. I have to agree with Steve though, the pics are really needed. Would it be worthwhile, now that oldgas has been "upgraded" to allow easier and more flexible picture uploads, to restart these COTM threads and ONLY use the Oldgas file manager to upload pics? That way, we're not relying on Photobucket, Imageshack and other cloud hosting sites for the integrity of the oldgas site. I know that there are some guys who uploaded pics back in the 2000s who are no longer with us (sadly) but the rest of us probably still have enough pics to make it worthwhile.

What do you guys think?

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