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  1. twenty8tudor
    Joined: Oct 5, 2010
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    Spring must be in the air here in Ohio. Time to start moving and looking for stuff..

    Happened upon a list of cars posted to a local car group of Facebook..

    Actually went to look at a Chevy wagon for a buddy.. noticed on the list a ford 2 door and a 32 parts truck.. figured I’d keep an eye out for those while I was there..

    Buddy ended up not buying anything but I couldn’t pass up the car and truck.. and to my surprise it was a coupe!

    Here are some pictures of the place..

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  2. twenty8tudor
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    from Ohio

    What We drug put and brought home..

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    Rolled it into the garage to sit with the others.
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    And ended up picking up a little extra paper work for the future [em[​IMG]oji51]



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  3. 1971BB427
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    Looks like a great find, and a lot of other neat cars still left behind!
     
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  4. Dave Mc
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    Thumbsup.jpg Happy hunting ground
     
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  5. twenty8tudor
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    Yeah I would have liked to bought the t roadster and some other things but can only stretch a penny so far haha


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  6. Wow, everything in there was interesting. Lucky find.
     
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  8. WB69
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    You did well it looks like.
     
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  9. Budget36
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    Looks like that Lincoln did well for you!
     
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  10. A Boner
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    Nice reward for helping a buddy!
     
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  11. Petejoe
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    Wow. My wife said you are not allowed to show me this place.
     
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  12. mickeyc
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    I recently bought one of those RotoBin material holders like you have in your trailer. It was well used and massive in size 5 rows of rotating shelves each
    with 10 bins rated at 200lbs each, for a 10,000lb. total I put castors on it rated at 2400 lbs total so it can be moved about. I have it near my fabrication table and it is very handy. I was surprised at how quickly it became nearly full.
    I think if you utilize it you will like it as well.
     
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  13. Well Done Man
     
  14. 1932 Roadster title ?
     
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  15. ProtoTypeDesignFlauz
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    1932 Historical document.
     
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  16. BuckeyeBuicks
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    No fair. I am in Ohio but it has been a long time since I have seen so many good picks in my neck of the woods. Good for you, great find!!
     
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  17. twenty8tudor
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    Bad part was one of the buddies that I took was sneaking around buying stuff I would have.. and of course he had to rub it in when we were leaving that he bought what he did and loaded it in another buddies truck so I wouldn’t see it haha..

    Not upset I got what I went for


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  18. twenty8tudor
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    Well if you want you can come visit “me” and we could just go for a “drive” haha

    Kind of strange I had bought another rotobin a good while ago that’s taller but this one is way heavier then it is..

    Yep couldn’t leave it behind.. called the guy again yesterday and hopefully he will be able to dig up the title for the 32 truck. Said it’s in the list of titles that was there..

    I always look a lot of places but this is the first one in a long time that has had this much auto related stuff...

    I collect signs, gas and oil stuff, and various antiques.. that’s the places I’m usually digging around.




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