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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-26-2009, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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O/T Made a trade today..

Well this is way off topic but I had to share this. I traded some Lego's a 1971 IH truck 4x4, 345 v8 with the three speed and Im geussing D20 case.... I know the Lego's are worth more than the truck but I think those old Benders are cool...
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I was never into Legos, but love the old Binders. I say good trade.
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Sounds good to me. I might have played with the logos years ago, but I'd play with the binder now.

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Binder ... Bender.. educate me please.

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My boy's were into the lego's and if I stop and think about how much money I spent on them, well then it's not a good trade. They were just sitting in storage so might as well trade them off.

I geuss the correct spelling is Binder but anyway's.
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Binder ... Bender.. educate me please.
I don't know why they call the old International's Binders, but I will try to find out for you. They truck has potential so I figured why not. Im going to pick it up here in the next couple of days, I'll get some pics soon...
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I don't know why they call the old International's Binders, but I will try to find out for you.
International made a lot of farm equipment and got the slang name Corn Binder, or Binder for short.

I never though much of regular legos but the technic ones with the gears and what not were a lot of fun. The little electric motors where okay but never made enough power. I once made a 3 speed shift transmission with them as well as a 3 drum yarder.

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International made a lot of farm equipment and got the slang name Corn Binder, or Binder for short.
I figured it was something like that.....
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