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Louisd75

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How many panel busses are there around town?
« on: May 02, 2014, 09:32:53 PM »
Just wondering how many panels are up in this corner.  I don't see them very often and then the day before yesterday I saw two.  One was at Hardware Sales and was cream with silver trim like my panel was originally, the other was blue and white.

I haven't been driving mine much, need to spend some time on the odds and ends but have too many projects ahead of it:


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Re: How many panel busses are there around town?
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2014, 03:06:25 PM »
I have no idea how many Panels are around but the bays seem to be rarer than the splits.  Nice panel!!

Beautiful Kayak!!  I find it easy to be entranced by the beautiful wood work. . .  I am a wood idiot, but my father is a master with it.  My uncle once built a cedar strip canoe. . . absolutely amazing depth in the finish.   Years ago we were camping over at Ft. Warden state park and there was a wooden kayak club that was there at the beach.  Man!! those were beautiful.  Musta been close to 20 of those all different.

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truckersmike

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Re: How many panel busses are there around town?
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2014, 10:06:59 PM »
I've got a primer 59 DD panel that you might see parked at Hardware Sales from time to time. Now that it's warmer, I tend to drive it more often (no heat or wipers).

And I agree, pretty rare to see a panel bay (and a good looking one at that).