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Anyone from there???
Never been there, but one of these days I want to see the place. Its the only town in the US with my last name.
Did some work in their 911 center an LONG time ago, about 98 or so.
Someone on here had Colville listed as there location....would like to talk to them about something.....
Hey Ink user 74dart is in Colville. http://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/member.php?u=13561 ~Michael
Your welcome!! :cheers:
Probably not useful , but I lived there for almost 5 years about 15 years ago. Now I'm in the farm lands, sure do miss the mountains. I know, useless info...
I have some relatives living in Colville. I visited them back in 1987 last time. Zingmark is their name. Great people.
Deer Park WA.
Spoklahoma here .
My old friend Jerry Dapron was from Coleville . He passed about 10yrs ago but had a shitload of Mopars ! Aars , T/As , Bigblock Dart , Roadrunners , Conv Challenger R/Ts .... owned a machine shop up there in the 80s
Have camped and fished Twin Lakes near Inchelium for some 60 years, and saw a young man from the Colville Reservation win the Pendleton Roundup bareback horse race one year. i know, worthless info... Maybe next year (post C-19) I can drive my yet to be found '64 Dart \6 vert over there next summer and hang with you Mopar-heads.
On a side note, WA got the bright idea of putting TRAFFIC CIRCLES right in the middle of the G$@@#$ DaQ#$$ highway going up there. This is because people have never learned to operate stop signs.....................
We use to do a shit load of camping at Gifford. Still get up that way some times
I have property on the side of Mount Spokane. My Brother has a hairy 70" Mustang 351 Cleveland I built for him. We're looking for friends in that area.
We also have a bit of a Ford collection here. Ive also got a 64 fairlane 500 sports coupe sitting next to the 71
I'm hoping to get to Mount Spokane this spring after my knee surgery on Friday. I'll lube the motor, and light her off. She needs some break in miles. I'm continuing my Dart build behind enemy lines in western Washington.