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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by blue_oval23, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. blue_oval23
    Joined: Jun 25, 2006
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  2. I don't remember ever seeing a Plymouth truck.

    Thanks,
    Kurt
     
  3. The only one's I ever recall seeing were the 36&37 models. i just figured they were the only two years.

    i've never seen a stone stocker most of the one's I've see were gassers for some reason.
     

  4. blue_oval23
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    BTTT only 3 hrs left!!! please someone grab this up!!!!!
     
  5. Egay's blocked here at work...is it really that cool? Can someone post a pic and some details? I have a way to bid on it if it's worth it, but it's sketchy enough bidding on things you CAN see, much less those you can't :D

    Bryan
     
  6. houtex63
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  7. Thanks....not bad at all. How much?

    Bryan
     
  8. Here you go........... now BID!

     

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  9. houtex63
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    price is at $950

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  10. blue_oval23
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    for those who have egay blocked, it is at $950 and it says next bid meets the reserve. it is located in applegate, caLarger Picture
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  11. JohnnyP.
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    man. its gong for $960. i hate not having any money or a place to keep it for that matter.
     
  12. houtex63
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    i'd love to have this truck. wish it were closer.
     
  13. Blownolds
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    That is freakin' cheap for a Plymouth P'up!

    I have a friend that messes with those. Anyone actually need parts for one of these, just e-mail me at blown394olds@yahoo.com and I'll hook you up with him.
     
  14. SHORTDOG
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    GOING! GOING!.....Who will it be?........A HAMB'er i hope so we can see the finished product.......Still at $950!.
     
  15. houtex63
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    from houston

  16. I think they built them until 1940. Needs everything but mechanicly these are easy. The "Plymouth" tailgate would be tough to replace.. Otherwise Dodge and Fargo truck parts interchange.

    "City of Roseville Parks Department" How can you not love that?
     
  17. blue_oval23
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    Did a hamber get it?
     
  18. I believe they were only made from '36-'39.
    A retired mechanic I know just finished building one to tool around in. Primered, small hemi, red steelies, etc. I think $10,000 probably take it.
     
  19. SHORTDOG
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    Who got it?..Someone post the winner, and is he a HAMB'er? If so whats his name?.....We all want to know.
     
  20. notebooms
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    damn it, i just saw this and would have liked to bid. eerrrhhh, wait... i dont even have room for another.

    anyway, hopefully a hamber got this. and i hope they leave the cool "roseville dept of parks' on the side. looks like a good find.

    -scott noteboom
     

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