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Bob Cowdery

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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Apr 7, 1965 (Age: 57)
    Location:
    43832
    Occupation:
    SAVING OLE YELLOW/ORANGE IRON
    I grew up in Beaver Falls Pa. Live near Newcomerstown Oh. Have always had an interest in heavy equipment. Unfortunately was never my vocation. I prefer old equipment, tractors and trucks over new. I have a small farm. Run Massey tractors. A JD450B loader with a 4 in 1 bucket and a 1977 Loadstar live tandem dump with a MV446 engine and 5 and 3 trans. I was friends with the gentleman that purchased it new. I had my uncles MF175 that he bought new in 1972 completely restored.

    I worked in the oil patch right out of high school. Did industrial maintenance for the majority of my working years. New to the mobile equipment end of things.