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Pave-A-Lot Pavers Tow Boy Mfg.

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by amscontr, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. amscontr

    amscontr Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know anything about Pave-a-lot pavers or any other mini pavers?
     
  2. Nick Abeyta

    Nick Abeyta Member

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    TOW BOY MFG. COMPANY
    114 E. Division, Marine, Illinois (IL), 62061
    P: 618-887-4592
    F: 618-887-9040
    www.towboy.com (JAN 09 - Dead website link - maybe bankrupt)
     
  3. amscontr

    amscontr Well-Known Member

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    I bought a used one just looking for some parts and information on one if anyone knows anything about them.