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850 miles in a bucket.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Hackerbilt, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. Firepower71
    Joined: Nov 22, 2010
    Posts: 145

    Firepower71
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    from Atlanta

    This is what it's all about. Great story and pics. Congrats!
     
  2. BrerHair
    Joined: Jan 30, 2007
    Posts: 4,493

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    Bullseye, gentlemen! Bill, you and Fitz hit the dead center of what this obsession is all about. Absolutely fantastic! Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. hemi rodder
    Joined: Oct 10, 2011
    Posts: 510

    hemi rodder
    Member
    from NB Canada

    i seen your car at the Atlantic National's, very cool car, i am building a 354 hemi with 4x2 horn intake old school style, quick change diff, don't have car yet but gattering all i can to build with my son, he is only 8 now so i have some time left to find the right body, if not will get new metal body. i have been dreaming of driving in the open air with no fenders for years now, it is taking time but other projects came first, now this one is getting closer to top of the list. the Atlantic National's is a must see , i haven't mist a years yet, if you plan on going take a few extra days to visit the beach's. mountain's, oscean view's, the slow pace of life, it is just beautiful here in New-Brunswick and suronding Provinces.
     
  4. trimph1
    Joined: Dec 5, 2011
    Posts: 247

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    When I was 16 I had a friend who had a T....we took the thing from Woodstock ON to Chicago ILL for a cup of coffee then took the car down to St Louis then back home...the 2 of us..in a T doing back roads.

    Now I be looking for one....
     
  5. Great Picts & Storie brings back Memories of when I took
    a Trip from NY to CA in the Late 50's
    35 Chrysler Conv.Coupe it was either Put a Top
    or go to CA, so I took the Trip it was Great in the Rain as
    long as you didn't stop, of course it was a little
    hard to see because the Wiper's worked when they wanted to
     
  6. Drove my T Bucket from Marathon Ont. (north shore of Lake Superior on Hwy 17) to London Ont. for CSRA Canats about '88. 670 miles one way, one day. Stopped in Traffic Jam on I-75 north of Flint, Mich. T Bucket's don't normally idle cool, in traffic.
    One day home as well.
     
  7. BrerHair
    Joined: Jan 30, 2007
    Posts: 4,493

    BrerHair
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    They ought to just make you an honorary Old School HAMBer there, cruisenight! Both for the fact that you've been a HAMBer for so long and for driving the shit out of your T-bucket! And it took place in 1988!:D:cool::D
     

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