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Location DB > United States > New York > Amsterdam > Coleco Warehouse > Fiddlerjone's less than great pics from the meet > Truck Bed 1.JPG

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There was actually a truck bed among all of the leftover auction items.

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Posted by Path Walker 1/10/2005 2:29 PM | remove
  Aha! I was wondering where this pic went to. Too bad I look like a dork...
Posted by danzup3x 10/4/2005 6:25 PM | remove
  well, not a truck bed, but a liner for sure
Posted by MatC 10/4/2005 11:25 PM | remove
  PW is the *king* of the bedliner!
Posted by 'Dukes 10/27/2005 1:40 AM | remove
  Looking back on it; this trip was a great time; not because of the location, which was boring beyond all belief if not for the atmosphere; nightime in January with high winds and fifty degrees.
Thanks to all who were there, it was quite an experience.
I'll always remember the haunted tape and trying to keep myself glued to the roof!
Christ I sound like I'm writing a yearbook quote .
Anyway, hope to see FJ sometime in the near future.
Posted by MatC 10/27/2005 4:01 AM | remove
  He'll be back in Rug City for Christmas, I'm sure. Maybe we can do another AmsterdamOpEx this year! :-p It will have to be earlier than last year, though, as I'll most likely be home for the holidays before the 23rd. I'll PM the appropriate people and/or start a private board once it gets a little closer to the date (or feel free to do so yourself if you get antsy).
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