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Hot Rods Legs Show T

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dburdge, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. dburdge
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    The owner and I are looking for a copy/fax/scan of the Rod & Custom January 1971 article on the Legs Show T. If you can help please contact me. Thanks.

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  2. Probesport
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    There's a couple on eBay right now if you'd rather the real thing.
  3. MercDeuceMan
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    Does Danny still own this car?
  4. butch27
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    Danny is over on (tbucketeers)
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    Dan Echstead---Used to work for Concrete coring co. when that pix was taken----Don
  6. MercDeuceMan
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    That bucket always did it for me.
    I had one very similiar to it back in the late 90's
  7. hotcargo
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    Terry Brown had one of these on a Dan Woods chassis , with the twin opposed front coils , it looked very similar to the Leg Show T , I think it was around the early to middle '70's , it was also on a cover of one of the mags at the time , as I recall

    Cheers

    Steve in Oz
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    Here.........
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    I always like these, low, wide with exagerated lids. Sort of prototype winged sprint cars! LOL Gary

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    One of my all-time favorite T-Buckets.
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    Just for yuks, I Zabasearched him. Still at the same address

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