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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by chevy57dude, Oct 12, 2021.

  1. pwschuh
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    But did you see the Lawn Mower?
     
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  2. 34Larry
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    Truly amazing. I had no idea. Married?????????
     
  3. Tim
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    Haven’t been to Marks place in probably 20 years and the memory of the one trip still blows my mind lol
     
  4. corncobcoupe
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    Mark ?
    Are you kidding ?
    No....

    Are you proposing to him ?
    haha
     
  5. Blue One
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    Mark’s collection is really amazing and so is Mark.

    He’ll either sell it all and have a really great retirement or he’ll keep it all and still have a really great retirement.

    Either way it’s all good.
    After that the folks at Speedy bills museum will probably show up for the estate sale :cool::D
     
  6. Jalopy Joker
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    Thanks to both for sharing
     
  7. Tim
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    probably just jack up the whole house and move it into a new wing of the museum in Lincoln.
     
  8. chevy57dude
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    @catdad49 , I was eying up the Turbonique go cart.
    Also any OT background pictures of my favorite year Chevelle are purely coincidental....
     
  9. Bandit Billy
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  10. Kiwi 4d
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    2A9B2624-0D8B-4280-93FB-F3C190B629D5.jpeg When Mark saw the Kiwis we coming to his area he reached out . Took us to dinner at the Minnetonka drive in , in the Astorian , what a blast and a treat to actually get a ride in such a super cool custom . He is a super generous guy with his time ,showing us his much prized collection and taking all the time it needed to explain and answer questions . But seriously if you think you can take in this feast of toys in one visit , think again , we we were in big time sensory overload. Again a big thanks to Mark . @Moriarity
     
  11. I went to visit Mark once. I hadn't contacted him but was in the area.

    Wouldn't you know it was a weekend he wasn't home!
     
  12. Moriarity
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    dammit......
     
  13. Moriarity
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  14. Ford52PU
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    Wow like going to Disney World without the nasty kids!!
     
  15. corncobcoupe
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    Mark is a dream boat.
    Ain't he neat ?
    :p
     
  16. bill gruendeman
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    I said it before and I will say it again, as cool as marks stuff is the best part of marks place is meeting mark. Don’t tell him but he is one hell of a nice.
     
  17. GordonC
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    I have often said I would love to be his neighbor just to see all his collection on a regular basis!:D And an invite out in pubic on the forum! Wow! Brave man!
     
  18. Moriarity
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    I am not worried, most car people are super nice, and I wouldn't want to own all this stuff if I didn't get to show it to people
     
  19. Speed~On
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    I have had the pleasure of visiting Marks place as I grew up near him. He is the most gracious of hosts and the most kind hearted person you can find. As you can see his house is like Graceland or Disney for hot rodders. It will truly blow your mind and Mark will make you feel right at home.
     
  20. corncobcoupe
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    No food though.
    Refrigerators empty.
    No crackers even.
     
  21. Moriarity
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    no food in the house never have, 18 years here and have never used the kitchen, not even the refrigerator... but I do have a fridge and some cooking ability in the shop.....
     
  22. BamaMav
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    The fridge in the house is probably full of spark plug wires!:D:D:D
     
  23. Moriarity
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    794906DA-722E-45FD-85CF-15BDF0680B26.jpeg
     
  24. DDDenny
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  25. stanlow69
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    Keeps the mice away.
     
  26. flatheadgary
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    i just watched a full custom garage and Ian went to Mooneyes to get full moons for his bubble top car and they showed him a diorama of model cars of Roths. they said it was made by Mark Moriarity. same guy?
     
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  27. Beanscoot
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    You really meant public, right?
     
  28. Stogy
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    :rolleyes:...This is why I like to fix my typos before anyone replies...if not I'm screwed...:p
     
  29. Moriarity
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    Yes, same guy. But what they said on the show is not completely true. The Roth diorama was built by my friend Bill Michaelson. I did help him do it but he did the majority of it
     

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