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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by greatbg, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. greatbg
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  2. PeteFromTexas
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    Holy crap!!!
    Are they for sale???
     
  3. Gigantor
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    Heart ... stopped... beating....
     
  4. indaworx40
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    from New York

    That is unbelievable!!! It's the HAMB Candy Store!
     

  5. RoadrunnerRod
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    I think I just wet myself...:eek:
     
  6. Were in Washington?
     
  7. fiat128
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    That's fun to look at, what the story with them? Judging by the numbers written on them in chalk it looks like they are getting ready to be sold.

    Also, what's the car with the curved back in the second photo>
     
  8. yblock292
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    I wanna go..........
     
  9. couverkid
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    Looks like that stuff in toppenish,wa. Not for sale just for looks. I will restore them sum day he says. Look at the pictures old man aint gettin any younger.
     
  10. CADILLAC AL
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    THRILLING! ABSOLUTELY THRILLING!
    As asked before, are they for sale? Can you disclose the location?
    Al
     
  11. It would takes several lifetimes to restore that much iron. What a waste of good projects. If I had that much old tin, I would keep a few and sell the rest. Many dads out there looking for a cool project to work on with their kids.
     
  12. superjunkman
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    There's also a far more sinister reason people number cars in a salvage yard. I hope that's not whats going on here.
     
  13. greatbg
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  14. 1950ChevySuburban
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    Whats that skirted sedan in the second pic, center location? Next to the wheel?
     
  15. greatbg
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    I'm not sure what that is. My normal response when I don't know what type of car it is would be to say "It's a Plymouth". In this case that might be true. It could also be a chevy, as he had quite a few chevys.
     
  16. couverkid
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    stuff has been there since I was a kid(now 31). Look when I drive by every time. Nothing ever seems to leave just more added. What about the 41 ford convert on top of another car.
     
  17. customfalcon63
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    Seen that place before, i was afraid to go to the house in fear of an angrey old man, so i stood on the gaurd rail and took pictures
     
  18. You A$$HOLE! How dare you put that on here when more than half way across the F'n country! Oh my heart aches to build an open-wheeler...

    How come nobody can find anything like that within 4 to 6 hours of where I live (hehe).
     
  19. MeanMike
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    Idaho...Ida 'ho once, but she left me.
     
  20. scottymelad
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    from seattle wa

    Thanks for the shots. i just saw this on Sunday and wanted to know more. it is a commercial operation or is it defunct? i'd love to walk around if its okay with the owner.
     
  21. cadillac dave
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    what a little slice of heaven...cadillac dave
     
  22. LANCE-SPEED
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  23. 48 Poncho
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    Not real sure of course but it sure does favor a 35 Buick I once had. It was a 40 series wih that sloped back and had a spare tire in the place of the trunk usually seen on these cars.

    Just a guess.

    48 Poncho
     
  24. I want my back yard to look like that! Blessed holey mother of rust, preserve these toys for our future hour of need!{And I aint even Catholic!}LOL
     
  25. billylo
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    I could spend days making rust angels in all that steel.
     

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