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Art & Inspiration Sitting and Rotting.............picture thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. Offset
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    Man, I hope this thread does not get closed down because off some of topic issues.
     
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  2. RayMiller
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    Take it easy killer it's sitting and rotting and only 3 years out of "64 and earlier" it's a cool pic and fits the thread subject matter and there is always a little room for ot stuff.


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  3. 55Hydramatic
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    Yea somebody go save her...................................................................................:eek:
    Somebody post some more CAR pics so I can get CRASHNBURNS avatar pic out of my head!!
     
  4. Here you go. Sitting and rotting. Back on topic. Fuck.

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  5. HEMIDAV
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    After sitting on top of a pile of logs for years in Ohio, she(with a nice solid frame) is now sitting on the ground awaiting transport to my place.
     

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  6. Tantank49
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    Can we have a bit more info?

     
  7. VonKool13
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    Yeah its in so. Cal. And he wants 500 for it. Its worth it if u got the skills and the tools.

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  8. LN7 NUT
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    I'd park those in my garden, it would look cool!
     
  9. Here's some from my neighborhood. None for sale and all have been there for a long while...

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  10. janbuick
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    for this one it's to late
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    photo by hennie
     
  11. GRUNT
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    That looks like a stating point for koolkemp
     
  12. Deucefanny
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    That's a crying shame. And I am talking about the coupe, the avatar is a nightmare after a slab (box) of beer!:D
    Sorry to hard to resist.
     
  13. Bonneville here we come!!!
     
  14. BigRy
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    Well these are a little newer than most, but still cool. The only reason I posted thre Starfire picts, is because what is under the hood of both. I know the Charger and the Starfires are not going anywhere soon, but maybe the 63 Ford could be had. It is a four door, the front clip is awsome and under the hood sits the orginal 289 with all the factory parts, including the air parts and all of that stuff.
     

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  15. koolkemp
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    Haha when I first saw the pic I was thinking its workable if the trunk lid is there...then I scroll down and see your comment :p
     
  16. fts55
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    from guthrie ok

    No, because Ryan just posted a thread last week stressing that it was 1965! and older. Thanks for he advice though.:D
     
  17. diamonddrew
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  18. diamonddrew
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  19. Sauli
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    NICE SAVE!!!!That and the ´59 Custom Royal a couple of pages back, as well!
    Congratulations. These ´57-´59 Mopar convertibles are a rare breed, indeed, and some of the most beautiful automobiles ever made. This coming from a Chevy-guy.
     
  20. 1927 Death Trap
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    my thought exactly!!
     
  21. LN7 NUT
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    Still good parts to be had I bet, I would love those quarter window panels for my 46 Ford Hearse.
     
  22. stationWAGONS
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    Here is a scarce one you rarely see let go to his condition
    ...'62 Falcon Squire wagon. Too bad.
    I was looking for one a while back and this is a picture I got on one for sale.
    Had to pass (at $1500.!!!)...some good parts on it, though!
     

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  23. HEMIDAV
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    Unfortunately, the guy who found this car in a farmers field in Gilroy, 20 miles from San Jose, as a "planter", didn't take pics until it arrived at his house. But, the important thing...it was saved.
     

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  24. HEMIDAV
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    After
     

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  25. bindaveo
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    a couple i can take away for the price of removal.
     

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  26. 327Eric
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    sitting, if not rotting, since prior to 1958. Stored indoors since, until I got it in "09
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    1931 Buick, 17,00 original miles

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  27. davidh73750
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    I never sough out 68 chevy full sizes but I owned 2 at one time for a while both the rarer ones, 4 dr hard top and 2 dr post.
     
  28. junkyardjeff
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    Could had one that needed a motor back in 79 that was nice for 35 dollars but waited too long,did buy a 69 galaxie hit in the front for the 390 from the same people for 25 dollars.
     
  29. HA! I stand (or, more accurately, sit) corrected!

    HEMIDAV, that '39 recovery is inspiring, to say the least. Kudos to the talented person who did that!
     

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