Look what turned up this afternoon on a trailer...

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Re: Look what turned up this afternoon on a trailer...

Postby LWPercherons » Fri Oct 12, 2012 6:33 pm

Hello Folks!
I too have the four-legged variety and would very much like to find a four-wheeled model should you happen across one. Something needing restoration is preferable, just something to tinker with and carry my Percheron problem to a new unhealthy level :D

Thanks and yes please post your progress!
Thanks and best of luck
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Re: Look what turned up this afternoon on a trailer...

Postby Rudi » Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:32 pm

This is a really old thread, but nice to see it again. We have lost two of those posters, two very great members/friends, Pat and George.

Unfortunately I would imagine a Le Percheron would be very difficult to find if not impossible on this side of the Atlantic. It will be an interesting search for you I imagine.

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