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Hot Rods 60s style T-Buckets.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by John 79, Jun 15, 2008.

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  1. plym49
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    That's not the real Munsters coach. Looks like a bling replica.
     
  2. Jeem
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    Ahhhh, this says T-bucket to me!

    Great pics....
     

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  3. plym49
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    My tub was built in the 50s, but it was made over in the 60s. Here's what it looked like then.

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  4. plym49
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    Here's the real Munster coach and the real Pat Priest

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    MMKoach.jpg Pat-Priest.jpg

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    MCS465e.jpg KoachFrame1a.jpg .
     
  5. Royalshifter
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    Marilyn Munster..............when I was a kid I was in love.
     
  6. butch27
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    I'm still going with Judy Jetson.LOL
     
  7. Royalshifter
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    How about Maryanne on Gilligan's Island.
     
  8. S K I P P E R
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    She is a party animal.
     
  9. A Boner
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    Cotton Werksman just finished a clone of his first "T" including the Ardun engine.............anyone have pic's of the clone?

    This is a pic of the original "T"

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  10. ts3x65mph
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    here's another pic of it
     

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  11. ts3x65mph
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    Andy Brizio's T
     
  12. ts3x65mph
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    It'S A BOSS 9
     
  13. Angliaman
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    I have alot of fun in mine. Haven't had it out this year at all. Maybe THAT"S what I need!!
     

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  15. floored
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    Here's mine. I just replaced the steelies, and really glad I did.
     

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  16. This is the "baddest" bucket ever built. With the coolest engine ever created. I'll bet this thing feels like a go kart! :eek:
     
  17. model.A.keith
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    spotted this one at El Mirage a few weeks back


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  18. this thread just gave me some inspiration to get back to work on mine... thanks!
     
  19. freebird101
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    those are awsome cars
     
  20. thewishartkid
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    This thead needs to live on![​IMG]
     
  21. Here is my 1966 Barris built T that I've been working on after being hidden away for over 25 years now. It will be back on the streets in 2010. John
     

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  22. JimSibley
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    Heres mine. T buckets rule. Oh yea, its 4 sale in the clasifieds if anyones interested.
     

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    That dam Kookie is a tough one to beat!!
     

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  30. that is awesome! just about enought motor I think. Too bad I couldn't ever drive it (my knees would be in my face, my back would seize up and I would have to be removed by crane).
     
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