2019 TX MV Rally

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mkcoen

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Looks like a nice turnout this year. Not too many small vehicles though (of course the M715 belonging to the cameraman wasn't included)
 

Barrman

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14 vehicles in the convoy this morning. Biggest ever for us.

I made it home and got all unpacked. Nice seeing everyone again and meeting the new ones too!

Thanks, Tim
 

CARNAC

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Past the convoy as they were entering the museum (good timing but the trip took longer than anticipated). Talked to Paul the site security guard for over an hour. Took numb nuts for a walk. Folks started flooding in as the day went by. Nice showing and glad I went. Finally got to meet another chunk of people that I only new online. Had a good time but the events going on at home and my pending trip had me mentally pre-occupied. Got home early this morning. Time to download and get ready for flying out tomorrow.

Thanks to all for the hospitality.
 

TAZZJR

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I forgot to ask Nitrodriver how his was. Mine has always been on the lite side. So im going to start writing my oil level, pressure, and thickness to see if it's a problem.
 

Mrmag1

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I am taking some of the pix and videos from this weekend and making a few YouTube videos, I am NOT saying or inferring anyone's names and I am gonna try not to have too many faces in it. This will also have pix from the museum and the other vehicles (WW2 stuff) that was there.
 

Trailboss

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I just made it to my home. Thank all of you for everything. I had a blast.
Glad you made it home. Just curious if your Deuce would crank after you shut it off?

I got home at 1900 hrs. 827 miles total for the weekend, used 51.5 gallons. Had fun, and will load photos and videos (if I can figure it out) later.
 

TAZZJR

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Glad you made it home. Just curious if your Deuce would crank after you shut it off?

I got home at 1900 hrs. 827 miles total for the weekend, used 51.5 gallons. Had fun, and will load photos and videos (if I can figure it out) later.
I didn't even try my voltage gauge was still in the mid yellow (normal needs to aleast tuch the green to crank) and I was tired
 

m715mike

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I had a great time at the rally this year. We always have a great group of trucks and people. This year was no exception. I enjoyed seeing old friends and meeting new ones!


Here are some pictures and a video from the museum.

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With 14 trucks in the convoy (and two more that met us at the museum), our trucks had to line-up in two rows. That was a first!
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This gem was inside the museum:
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Back at the ranch Saturday afternoon...

Fuzzy's LMTV got stuck, got pulled out, and took a bath:
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And a good Saturday evening was had by all:
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Keith_J

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Had a great time, seeing old friends and making new. This is now a must attend event. Will be perfecting the brisket. The worst I ever did was edible ;)
 
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