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Old 08-18-2015, 12:51 PM
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I picked this banner up a week or so ago. It is 10' X 34" and is made similar to the way a feed bag is made. I have only seen one other one of these. It was part of a dealer advertising kit, as you can see I am missing the rest of the kit. After showing this to my neighbor we are looking into getting a couple of vinyl reproductions done.
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That's cool. Where you going to put it?
Your neighbor sounds like s good guy.
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Old 08-19-2015, 01:01 AM
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I am probably going to roll it up and keep it in the house with the rest of my Cub paper. And yes, he is a very good guy with ssome really goood Cubs too!
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That's way cool.... Dad used to take me in the IH dealer when the red cadets first came out... I think I remember that banner hanging in the showroom.. I sure did want a red one BAD.. no telling how many hours I put on one in the showroom at the ripe old age of 8!
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