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Features can we start a COE picture thread?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Duration, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. Duration
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    after i saw a few COE trucks done as hot rods and haulers i thought it might be cool to replace my newer tow rig with a COE flatbed project. i'm thinking about lifting the 454 out of my truck and the th 400 transmission and using it in a COE. any body got pictures of COE rods or shop trucks to share? i apreciate your input!
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    NO, we can not!
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    that is cool!
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    Here are a couple from OZ. I have posted them before in another thread but this seems to be an appropriate place to put them up again.

    The Inter is a daily driver for my friend Tony Kuchel who owns a landscaping business in the wine country north of Adelaide. The second truck is a Ford that Tony mounted on an E350 chassis. He bought the wrecked airport shuttle in California and shipped it back to Oz. By now it should be a motorhome as I took the photos a couple of years ago.

    Roo

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    a buddys roll back on a late model rv chassis.....helps when you own the junk , i mean , recycling yard....:D brandon

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    Here is one I posted a pic of a month or so back. If I had the ambition to tackle this project I'd buy it.

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    Saw this one up for sale a few months ago on eGay. 1957 White COE.

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    Here's mine :)

    1936 Studebaker ACE

    The skirts are stock

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    I have been saving pics of COEs for almost a year. Here ya go.

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    Cool thread. Anyone got any pics of a 38ish International C.O.E. ? Me and my dad just bought one.
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    Man, Ive heard of tales of guys finding 40's era Ford COE's with Arduns in 'em.
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    What is this one?

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    Yea mine were under the pass seat.:rolleyes:
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    maybe a white or a brockway
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    Stick shift, i think that is an international! Where did you find the picture?
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    1942 Roadliner...

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    Here's my '55 COE extended 18" with custom 10' bed. It's sitting on an F350 Ford frame with 6.9 Diesel and C6 tranny.

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    heres mine

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    Here are couple I have photo's of,


    CBB

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    Many many of these are built on Chevy C20/30 and Ford E350 and larger forward control motorhome chassis.
    One of the few times in the hotrod world where the late chassis conversion may be easier and more desireable than a stock frame with adaptations to it.
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    Cab overs are awesome!!!!
    53hauler, that is awesome!!!! I need a truck like that to haul other toys home!!!! Think of all the bikes you could haul at once!!!!!
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    those are absolutely bitchin'! imagine calling AAA and one of those puppies showing up!! i'd trust them to tow my ride home!! sweet!
    more?
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    Here is one that I see local, it is a guys shop truck.


    CBB

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    1. Fat Fords from 1935-1948
    2. GMB

    The ultimate COE. I've always felt that it cried out for a modern revival. Any takers?

    Steve

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    A few I found in my photo travels

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    the Hetfield's brought a clean looking COE to the Hot Rod Revolution this year in Penngrove:)

    Picture is courtesy of Baron Von Mike!

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    a few more

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    Stick Shift, thats a 1937-1940 International Harvester D-300 Cab Over
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    this is my buddies one off Stude truck. Its on a 1/2 ton chevy frame and rides real nice

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