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Hog Dr
Posted 1/13/2017 11:33 PM (#92008 - in reply to #57452)
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Mr. Sweet, you're like a real life Most Interesting Man in the World! I'm sure you hear this often, but if you wrote a book, I'd buy it. As I typed this I realized I started on page 7 (a search brought me here). I'm so happy I get to flip back six pages and read more of your adventures!
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Ulysses
Posted 7/17/2017 7:29 PM (#94180 - in reply to #57452)
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I made a trip to the Sweet farm and you talk about impressed, I am. Thank you Johnny for the background and the help you have been to me on my sidecar.
Ulysses
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Johnny Sweet
Posted 7/18/2017 7:33 AM (#94185 - in reply to #94180)
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Ulysses - 7/17/2017 7:29 PM I made a trip to the Sweet farm and you talk about impressed, I am. Thank you Johnny for the background and the help you have been to me on my sidecar. Ulysses

 

Ulysses, It was great spending time with you and your buddy. Your HOT ROD Sidecar should be a fun drive when it's completed. I must say that the two of you were good students. Us old timers have to stick togehter. Good luck and stay in touch.

Johnny

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Johnny Sweet
Posted 7/18/2017 8:06 AM (#94186 - in reply to #57452)
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I just noticed that Photobucket blocked all the pictures on this thread. They want $400 a year so that they are stored and can be viewed. Those of you that know about such things. Where can I store the pictures at a reasonable price or for free? Anyone. Any help would be appreciated.

Johnny

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Reardan Tom
Posted 7/18/2017 9:21 AM (#94188 - in reply to #57452)
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Dropbox perhaps?
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Al Olme
Posted 7/18/2017 10:42 AM (#94190 - in reply to #94186)
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We posted all the photos from the South Dakota Rally at https://www.shutterfly.com. The posting is free and folks can download or buy prints if you allow it. The poster needs to set up an account but you don't need an account to view the pictures if you set it up as public.
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Johnny Sweet
Posted 7/19/2017 7:08 AM (#94201 - in reply to #57452)
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Thanks gentleman, I shall take a look at both of them. It just goes to show us that nothing is forever. years ago when I started this thread I figured that Photobucket would be around forever. It might be but $400 a year to have third party viewing; not for me. With over one hundred thousand views it would be a shame to let the thread go. But without pictures it takes a lot away from what's been written. So I've been told. I've already received some emails and have been informed that if I drop the thread some of my followers will not be happy with me.

Thanks again, Johnny

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Marcus
Posted 8/1/2017 2:50 PM (#94411 - in reply to #57452)
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Hi Johnny...i switched to postimage.com. Work good for me....
I had been looking for one of your cars for a while then a watsonian popped up last winter so I grabbed it....wouldnt you know, a month or so later one of yours came up in Mass......figures right?......anyway...watsonian is working out fine....maybe next rig will be Sweeter.......
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