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Farm Jeep Bio on Me

• CATEGORIES: Features, Website

Barry Thomas and his son Evan have been working hard to expand Farmjeep.com, a resource for early farm implements and other jeep information. As they note in the “about us” section, they are a “father and son documenting that we don’t know what we are doing since 2002” … I can relate to that as well.

If you haven’t been there in a while (or never), check it out, as the father and son duo have rebuilt the earlier site into a larger one with lots of information. The jeep lift research area is especially valuable. You can even learn a little bit about me, as Barry generously asked me to contribute a short bio for the site.

Visit farmjeep here: https://www.farmjeep.com

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One comment on “Farm Jeep Bio on Me

  1. Barry

    After I read Dave’s story and started reading his books, I thought many here would be interested too. So I sent the following to him –
    Dave,
    When my son was in a 2nd grade school show, he wore a coonskin cap and fringe jacket, while carrying a toy rifle. He marched back and forth across the stage while the rest of the class sang “The Ballad of Davy Crockett.” When I asked him afterwards why he wasn’t singing too, he said “Dad, you don’t sing your own song!”

    Since you can’t sing your own song, I hope you will post a link to your story at
    https://www.farmjeep.com/david-eilers/ for me.
    ——
    Dave agreed to post the link and I appreciate the plug for Farm Jeep. But I really want to highlight the work Dave puts into this site every day and to thank him for his generosity in sharing his knowledge with all of us.

    Barry

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