Cochise

Discussion in 'The Stable' started by Cindy, Oct 8, 2016.

  1. Cindy

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    A friend on this site sent me a sticker, Saff. Cochise wears it proudly. If I could get my hands on anther one I would, just in case the one I have needs replacing. But I do believe they are hard to come by.
     
  2. handy_andy_cv64

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    Soooooo...any news on Cochise?
     
  3. Cindy

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    Cochise is doing fine! We go to the local car show most every Saturday and he’s one of the “regulars”. I had to take a break after doing his bench seat due to finances. But the next project will be his coffin rails, which I’ve had for awhile now. We should have those on within the next few weeks. Thanks for asking!
     
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    Cool! I moved 2000 miles to Texas, to start a new chapter in my life, and Babe made the trip carrying 600 or so pounds of my junk with only a bad tire and bad alternator belt.
     
  5. Ran Man

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    Where did you move to Andy?
     
  6. handy_andy_cv64

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    Seguin, between San Antonio and Austin.
     
  7. Ran Man

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    I use to live in Seguin. My parents and brothers still live there. Home of the worlds largest Pecan!
     
  8. handy_andy_cv64

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    Haha, yeah. I've been immersing myself in the history (I love history), and Juan Seguin was an interesting and driven man. Interesting fact: during the sieges of Bexar and the Alamo, his volunteers were called the "Rancheros!"

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