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Hot Rods Help identifying truck

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by haileyp1014, Aug 9, 2020.

  1. haileyp1014
    Joined: Feb 15, 2006
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    Hey guys I need help to identify this. I thought it was a ghram or chevy but I think I'm wrong Screenshot_20200809-100350_OfferUp.jpg Screenshot_20200809-100350_OfferUp.jpg Screenshot_20200809-100406_OfferUp.jpg
     
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  2. Penetrator
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  3. haileyp1014
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    I came across it on offer up. I'm sure it's not worth more than a couple grand
     

  4. BJR
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    If it's a Chevy, which it looks like, there is a lot of wood in the body, with the panels nailed to the wood. That's why the door fits like crap. Lots of work to replace all the wood with metal or recreate all the rotted wood.
     
  5. Fordors
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    Looks like it has a Mustang II front end under it.
     
  6. RJP
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    If that is a Mustang II under it, that just dropped any offer to a 'thanks, but no thanks' offer. No card carrying HAMBER would even consider offering money on something that will just end up on some moderator's delete button. After all, 'tradition' can never become 'traditional' if it's not strictly, and vigorously, adhered to by 'traditionalists'.
     
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  7. Fordors
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    Wow! You make it sound as if it could never be fitted with a straight axle again. A true “traditionalist “ would try to buy it right and put a dropped axle under it.
     
  8. RJP
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    Nope. That would be a hotrodder. The 'traditionalist' would pass, and look for something more 'traditional'.
     
  9. Isnt a HOTRODDER part of being a traditionalist? And NOT being a streetrodder !
     
  10. lippy
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    I think the title of the post was HELP IDENTIFY THIS TRUCK.
     
  11. hotrodjack33
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    LMAO ! The most rewarding sarcasm is, sarcasim that's missed.;)
     
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  13. Lloyd's paint & glass
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    Now wait a damn minute! When the hell do we get our cards?? ;)
     
  14. BuckeyeBuicks
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    OK, so now we know what the truck is, I"m with Lloyd, when the hell do we get our H.A.M.B. cards!:p
     
  15. Lloyd's paint & glass
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    Seriously though, I'm not a "pro", but is that what's called a Chevrolet Confederate?
     
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