Chad Horner's H

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Chad Horner sent along these photos of work in progress on his H, bought by his Grandpa at a farm sale in the 60s, and used by his Dad (4th photo) and himself (5th photo). As usual, click on any thumbnail for an enlargement.

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This page last updated: September 27, 2003