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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dead Pan, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. Dead Pan
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  2. Road Oiler
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    With all the stuff you can see, how much do you think is buried in the bushes??
     
  3. chrisntx
    Joined: Jan 20, 2006
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    from Texas .

    He must really like those Ugly 46/7 Ford pickups...or he took them because no one else wants them.
     
  4. chrisntx
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    from Texas .

    fixed it for ya
     

  5. fiveohnick2932
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    from Napa, Ca.

    I dig the 80's T-top Thunderbird! not-

    I did like the (what looks to be) Triumph powered gokart, must be fun!
     
  6. slicksona66
    Joined: Jun 1, 2009
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    from Lincoln Ne

    My fav is the last photo...sweet 59, don't know if I would attempt a gassser or keep the sweet tire and wheel combo it wears now.
     
  7. BAD ROD
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    No backyard collection is complete without a '59 Ford. :)
     
  8. Dead Pan
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    i was told its supposed to be a gaser project
     
  9. Unibodyguy
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    Quite the collection.

    Michael
     
  10. jonly
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    I'm drooling on the mid 80s redline BMX he's got for a windchime there.
     
  11. harrydude
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    from ab

    I would be in heaven
     
  12. imnezrider
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    Need to send to American Pickers... :)
     
  13. 49ratfink
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    what a slob. I bet he does real nice work at whatever it is he does there.

    probably he does more bong hits than anything else
     
  14. retromotors
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    Damn .... I only THOUGHT I was a packrat.
    Can't hold a candle to this guy .... apparently he'll keep anything ...!!!

    The white Chevy pickup is marked "not for sale".
    I'm so depressed!:mad:
     
  15. Cabro32
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    from Pa

    What a clean tidy shop, I'll bet he builds show stoppers, when he can get them done before the rats drag them off.
     
  16. captainjunk#2
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    man thats some cool stuff he s got stored there , droooooool
     
  17. donut29
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    from canton MI


    Your not the only one:D
     
  18. propwash
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    from Las Vegas

    how completely pitiful - wonder how many drugs you'd have to take to see his "stuff" the same way he does?

    One man's trash is...uh....er....um.....

    dj
     
  19. thanks for posting.....to bad about the sh.t talkers...guess their perfect...
     
  20. sololobo
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    Yeah, the 59 looks pretty roached out but has the trim piece under the drivers side headlight that joins the hood trim bar. I need one of those!! WAH! WAH! Shut up cry baby! Thats me. ~Sololobo~
     
  21. Fighter-of-Wars
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    Hey, don't be hating them trucks, you just have to know what to do with them. But, I would sure take them if he doesn't want them.
     
  22. eddieb
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    from Sharon SC

    from the net...

    Among the special models during 1970 was the Mark Donohue Javelin SST. A total of 2,501 were built to homologate the Donohue-designed, and emblazoned with his signature, rear ducktail spoiler. These were designed to prepare the Javelin for Trans Am racing. The original plan was to have all Donohue Javelins built in SST trim with the special spoiler, as well as the "Go Package" with Ram Air hood, a choice of a four-speed or automatic transmission on the floor, and a 360 cu in (5.9 L) engine with thicker webbing that allowed it to have four bolt mains. The cars could be ordered in any color (including "Big Bad" exteriors) and upholstery, as well as with any combination of extra cost options.
     
  23. Dan57
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    Ooh! I want that dually rear end. For my car!
     

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