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Old 03-03-2010, 02:04 PM
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I hope you guys can use this......

In todays economy it is becoming harder and harder to get work done on our projects.

As a result of this and a never ending quest to better serve our members and clients, Classic Heartbeat has decided to open up this forum.

Please use this forum for the following:

Trade parts for parts
Trade parts for work
Trade work for work
Trade work for parts

Classic Heartbeat will not be responsible for any trades in this forum. If you choose to trade in here you and the person you are trading with are solely responsible to carry out the trade.

If you use this forum responcibly it will be a great tool for everyone.

Thank you again, WES
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:16 PM
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Yes i know what you mean some times ever one dose some horse trading ive did some in the past befor
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Old 03-06-2010, 07:42 PM
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If I didn't horse trade I couldn't build projects. Thanks Wes maybe we can get some interesting trades going.
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Old 03-11-2010, 04:33 PM
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When I lived up in Spokane I traded for a living.. I miss trading it gets in your blood.

But long distance trades anymore are expensive and iffy...
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Well it is never strait forward. Thats why I ask for pictures. However if you are swapping parts for other parts the benifits can be a lesser expencive build. And if the parties live somewhat close to each other they can even swap labor for parts, one type of labor for another, and etc. The possibilities are endless. WES
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Oh, Absolutely..
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trading

yes i agree trading can be a great thing . i have traded stuff for some of my truck projects i have and it was just this and that around the house . one thing i know i traded a 360 dodge engine i had for my 1955 chevy stepside i have and i thought it was a great deal sence i never going to own a dodge and the guy wanted the motor and traded me the 55 chevy stepside with clear title for the 55 it was a even trade . i have traded a fender for a cab. i even traded a extra house hold under the counter dishwasher for a stepside bed hahah now thats funny to me .
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