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I agree, but we can't let logic get in the way of making rulings over the ruled class. What about the Kenworths and Peterbilts? If logic meant anything to this discussion we would not be having it. What I am hoping, in the way they wrote the rule last time, it lumped military vehicles under Collector Vehicle licensing. that is okay, but they maintained the licensing of vehicles that were over 30 years old and military vehicles, so that and makes it so there is no age for MV's. They of course will not want to interpret it that way, but I thought that was funny.Which is absolute unadulterated BS, because they allow Model Ts, A's, etc etc and everything on the road as an antique.....
Keep an eye on us. We do a few events a year.I would love to join you somewhere, sometime. After I get my LMTV fit to drive outside of the yard.
I have 10 acres north of Eatonville and a large barn/shop that would be a good place to have a party.
Lots of old crap to start up and play with.
The avatar is a 1941 M3 diesel radial.
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