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For my daughters second birthday, she got the Golden Books Cars and Trucks and Things That Go! and on page 49, there is a picture of foxes riding in a camo Haflinger and another picture of foxes riding in a red Haflinger with a pink top with yellow flowers. Go to your library and check it out.
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And before you say something Jim, No, it wasn't any of mine! You know I don't have any pink and yellow haffies
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so those haffies were david's, then?
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You might not have a Haflinger with a pink top, but the PINK COW sort of fits the bill especially with the new top you put on it. Hmmmm...if you only had a pattern and some yellow fabric paint........
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according to the back of military machines international they should have a article on the halfinger in the july issue
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Yes I've seen the kids book "Cars n Trucks and Things that Go" and agree it looks like a haf!
Military Machines International July has a four page spread on the Haf, my friend Dale from Haflinger Technick Ltd in Scotland has identified all the owners (including himself) at a European Treffen.