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    Newbie . . .

    Just stumbled in the door here ! Did someone mention Old Rust ?

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    Here's some rust. Patiently waiting it's turn for some TLC.
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    LOL ! Yea. Self-imposed rule though . . .

    I can have all the rust I can afford so long as it gets used. No collecting for collecting's sake. Only exception ( ssssshhhhhhhhhhh ! ) is Stanley cauragated bottoms.

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    Welcome to the family Steve!
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