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Old 06-01-2020, 07:04 PM   #1
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1990 Sterling Royal Classic heading out soon

21 fter,351-auto 60,000 miles. was one owner till last fall. needed all new tires, oils. filters. batterys ,furnace.fake hub caps. we cant leave the province due to this virus crap. we are doing Alberta. see all the oddities of our province. largest Progey,largest pick ax, Buffaloe jump. UFO landing pad. largest garlic sausage,there is 12 of the worlds largest things in Alberta. have only seen 4.
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Have fun out there while the fuel is still cheap .

Your going for largest , don't overlook the " Smallest Church " .
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cheap fuel

dont these old Fords get 30 MPG ? where is the smallest church?
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dont these old Fords get 30 MPG ? where is the smallest church?

Drumheller , seats 10,000 ....six at a time . LOL
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21 fter,351-auto 60,000 miles. was one owner till last fall. needed all new tires, oils. filters. batterys ,furnace.fake hub caps. we cant leave the province due to this virus crap. we are doing Alberta. see all the oddities of our province. largest Progey,largest pick ax, Buffaloe jump. UFO landing pad. largest garlic sausage,there is 12 of the worlds largest things in Alberta. have only seen 4.

Hope you have some great trips. Got a grandparent special 1990 Royal Classic in Alberta too. Did an awesome 60 day road trip with the family to the east coast for Canada's 150th.



Feels like "RV" stands for never-ending 'repaid-vehicle' but still really enjoying how well it holds up.
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