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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
Looks like a 29-30 Chevrolet to me!
Your pics must be older. Both of these Zephyrs sold a couple years ago.
Took these pics yesterday, quite the hike into an old mountain dump site. What's left of an A sedan and roadster, nice fire wall and floor in the sedan, and front and rear cross members in the roadster. I may go back for some parts/sheet metal in the late fall.
This is one of a few on a friends property. They were dumped in the creek around 1940.
Not much left of any of them.
There's enough left.
i luv seeing a vette with snow tires on!!
I would be all over that pile. Get them all. I know thwy are rough.... But there are LOTS of usabel parts there. You should part them out. Split the cash with the property owner... you, he , and the guys buying parts all win
There's been a few other posters that got chided for posting non HAMB friendly stuff that was even older than your box car.
Epic fail...how is this even close to the '65 and earlier cutoff that is the HAMB?
The fact that it's on the HAMB ought to be enough to set the boundaries.
This has been sitting this way for the last few years....
Meanwhile, at an undisclosed location in Bucks County, Pennsylvania...
There's a few more at this place, but only had a few minutes to explore today. Hope to go back in the fall after the leaves are down.
The Crap in creek is better than the crap on the shore that I brought home 90 + miles.
Definitley some useable parts on this '33 5 window!
That was the angle I was trying to work...she is very wealthy and definitely doesn't need the money- I tried to tell her the car wants to be driven! It would be better off with me and last longer and I live right down the road, she could see it anytime.
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All these are being auctioned off this Saturday in Neosho Missouri.....
Last ones, but there's alot more cars than this. This is just some of the HAMB friendly stuff.
Can somebody tell me what kind of engine this is in the unibody Ford?
Looks like a DOHC I-6 from a Jaguar.
Looks like Jaguar.
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