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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by LVHotRodder, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Just picked these up last night

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  2. 208custom
    Joined: Mar 19, 2006
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    ^^^DROOL^^^ those are awesome Chris
     
  3. steel rebel
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    All four 97s and scoops are old chrome as is the Ross box. You can't see much of it but the water pump is also old chrome.
     

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  4. S.F.
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    I want to buy everything in this entire thread. How much, name your price!!!
     
  5. Little Wing
    Joined: Nov 25, 2005
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    Old Harley Chromed Hydra Glide trees and Servicar rear axle, lower tree turned green inside ,,copper can be seen here and there
     

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  6. bscottstudio
    Joined: May 19, 2005
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    Some nasty old brakes
     

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  7. titus
    Joined: Dec 6, 2003
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    old chrome headers
     

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  8. steel rebel
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    The cost of all this old chrome is spending all your lifetime spare time at swap meets. Still want it?
     
  9. found and bought this today locally...


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  10. S.F.
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    YES!!!!! I do believe most of this old chrome has dried up. I dont see it for sale anywhere anymore.
     
  11. pasadenahotrod
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    Yep, nothing like a set of ragged old Kinmonts to make a guy's heart go pitter-pat then seize up cold.
     
  12. pasadenahotrod
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    That old axle sure is purty! The small hole in between the larger shock stud holes was probably for a steering stabilizer shock... something wrong up front so not its all apart and you have won the lottery.
     
  13. moefuzz
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    Pretty darn rare,
    '41 Ford woody wagon rear bumper.

    The drop in the center was for clearance of the gate mounted spare tire (the gate and tire both fold down)


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  14. donut29
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    Here's some old chrome I have or had
     

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  15. donut29
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    more
     

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  16. the Fifties..
     

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  17. steel rebel
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    Picked this up at an old trailer repair/storage yard sale a while back for 50cents. Think I'll straighten it out and have it chromed for a spare. This stuff is hard to find but still out there.
     

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  18. Gareth
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    from San Diego

    Missed out on this at a local swap meet recently.
     

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  19. thewildturkey46
    Joined: Dec 4, 2005
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    from Rice, MN

    Deuce grille shell chromed many years ago............
     

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  20. Louie
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    from NJ

    thats where that one went, coming together nicely
     
  21. 27T
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  22. falcongeorge
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    Love the master cylinder! I want two just like that...
     
  23. Theo Douglas
    Joined: Nov 20, 2002
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    Just run that chrome cowl. That's all you gotta know! That thing is bitchen. What a great idea.

     
  24. Theo Douglas
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    Seriously? Just shoot me! That's all the cool stuff--it's right here.

     
  25. SinisterCustom
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    Ditto.....:D

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  26. falcongeorge
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    ^^Bitchen. Kinda partial to old parts with new chrome myself...
     
  27. falcongeorge
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    Something that used to be all the rage. Chromed, unfilled, dropped i-beam, with the center painted. These are a few of my favorite things...
     
  28. Evel
    Joined: Jun 25, 2002
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    Yup I had to do it!!! Hahaha The other side is painted silver as well...

    The rear has cut off 36 wishbones ( Used as spring mount) that were off an old hot rod I had chromed and painted the inside too.. you can even see it but I know its there... I'll see If I can find a picture..
     
  29. Evel
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    Spring mount.. New chrome but painted too
     

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  30. carpok
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    Nothing like the old chrome, My favorite is the old nickel look. [​IMG]
     

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