1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby campmaster-k » Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:39 pm

slowcowboy wrote:yea. kirk it already happened in jackson hole. but they are having trouble bucking us natives so far that is. any ways I thought the red ones were all red. I guess I learned something.

but yea. I got my first blue coleman now and its a 243A

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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby jeporter25 » Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:48 am

Yea slow my grandparents were in Idaho Falls and we used to love going to Jackson Hole. It is such a beautiful town. I sure do miss those days. We used to take a road trip from the San Francisco bay to Idaho Falls and my dad would say he would give us $100 if we could spot a jackalope Kept us quiet for hours :D
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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby TPMcGinty » Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:50 am

jeporter25 wrote:Yea slow my grandparents were in Idaho Falls and we used to love going to Jackson Hole. It is such a beautiful town. I sure do miss those days. We used to take a road trip from the San Francisco bay to Idaho Falls and my dad would say he would give us $100 if we could spot a jackalope Kept us quiet for hours :D


I lived in Idaho Falls when I was in the Navy. I LOVE that town!
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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby Wolffarmer » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:17 am

TPMcGinty wrote:
jeporter25 wrote:Yea slow my grandparents were in Idaho Falls and we used to love going to Jackson Hole. It is such a beautiful town. I sure do miss those days. We used to take a road trip from the San Francisco bay to Idaho Falls and my dad would say he would give us $100 if we could spot a jackalope Kept us quiet for hours :D


I lived in Idaho Falls when I was in the Navy. I LOVE that town!


My family comes from around the IF area. I was born in IF and we lived for the next 7 years just south in Shelly. The family burial plot is in the Taylor Cemetery. Right next to Taylor Mountain where grand parents on Mom's side farmed for some years. Then we moved away in 57. Almost 150 miles away to Rupert ID. :lol:

Many many family in the Idaho Falls area. When we say we are going to the park we meant we are going to Yellowstone Park. It was just the park to us.

Jackson Hole. The town where the billionaires cased the millionaires out. :thinking:

I remember when Jackson Hole was so small that if you blinked you almost missed it. Now it is just more urban sprawl. Jammed into mountain valleys.

So far I have gotten 2 200As in the wild. About 2 weeks ago I passed up one at an auction. It went a bit to high and there was other Colemans there.

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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby slowcowboy » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:18 pm

yep randy. and now jackson holes millenears are eating riverton and lander up and causeing me grief.

kirk the blue colemans photo is on my tread heres another coleman.

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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby rjd » Sun May 05, 2013 10:11 pm

found a 1964 200a . What should I offer for it ?
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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby campmaster-k » Sun May 05, 2013 10:36 pm

rjd wrote:found a 1964 200a . What should I offer for it ?


That depends on your pain threshold. Mine is $20 . If it is going to be your only 200 then a higher number is in order. It depends alot on the condition. Good luck.
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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby Rock » Sun May 12, 2013 5:48 pm

Kirk,

I smacked right into your threshold on this one:

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I didn't grow up here but they must have given out Gold Bond stamps around here as this is my second in the wild.

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Re: 1961 200A burgundy. My second one.

Postby SuperShady1 » Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:55 am

Rock wrote:Kirk,

I smacked right into your threshold on this one:

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I didn't grow up here but they must have given out Gold Bond stamps around here as this is my second in the wild.

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