I remember Merko's, Stuart, in Moorabal St I think? And I'm pretty sure Greg Mitchell Toyota had the Merc dealership, they had one there that sat there for ages, pretty sure a bloke called Kevin Bartlett (not the footy player) bought it, used it on a tipper in Geelong for years- and it may have even ended up here about forty years later.Of course being a stupid kid that was mad on trucks I took notice of who had what, when and so on..anyhoo..Here's a couple I dragged up from the 'pooter, some we owned, some not!
cant get the photos to load- the must be a 1418 conspiracy going on! For some reason when I try to "attach" or drag a file in, it says 'failed to load" or "failed to write to disc" . I've tried logging out then back in again- anyone got any ideas?
Thanks guys for mentioning that you both are having troubles posting images, now I feel better. Could not post the image of my new toy in the Triang Train post. Left a message for Terry so he will come to the rescue again soon.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
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Working on more play time.
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