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    Pronghorn 73 GREAT Pic.s my family has always been involved with the Outdoors. But, I guess they where a little camera Shy. I wish I had alot more photo's of my grandfathers and great grandfathers adventures in the Outdoors.....

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    Thanks for sharing I miss seeing my grandpa's old hunting photos.
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

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    Really enjoy seeing other peoples Pic.s and reading everybodies comments....

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    Yikes, that old Plymouth really has a load!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    Guess they didn't want to quarter or debone in the field?? Meat might spoil. Lol!

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    WOW know that is a Pic.... They Definitly Don't Make Cars Like They Us Too....

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    Back in those days my hunting friends wondered why I drove a pickup. They drove Plymouths.

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    Those old flathead 6 bangers ran forever too!
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    umm...a little tire rub'n going on..Love it!
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

 

 

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