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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. Plymouth?
     
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  2. tennesseecouchpotato
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    Post 7061 is a 1939 Chrysler.
     
  3. best2923
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    not for sale or im gonna do something with that someday. I say BS alway's ends up rottin away or getting crush. Up hear i have seen my share of dam good hot rods getting run over by logging equipement WTF these guys need there d---- ran over.
     
  4. 32Tudor396
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    I heard once about a Brass era T with glass,tires and all flattened by a cat.It was in the road of a new fence line.And a deuce 4dr that got buried.:confused:
     
  5. Chrisbcritter
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    From the dash and cowl it's what's left of a '46-'48 Dodge (with a '58 Plymouth steering wheel).

    I also see a '58 Edsel in front of it; any info on that? (If you go back there, could you do me a favor and take down the info on its data plate? It's in the driver's door jamb. I help out sometimes with Phil Skinner's Edsel registry.)
     
  6. fritzz
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  7. This has been posted a few times and its still disgusting....:mad:
     
  8. fritzz
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    56don,i know,its only an hour and a half from my place.
     
  9. Angry Frenchman
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    it's still there??????????????????????????????????? wtf get some updated pics. then Ruthie this nut job an get him to sign it over to you before it turns in to dirt. :) Jared




     
  10. madracr07
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    If you really want to see some that make you cry visit www.carsinbarns.com. its sad whats left to rott.. I will post later today the body we saved from a farmer to try to build. I am not sure how to post pictures yet, or if I am allowed since I am a newbie.
     
  11. madracr07
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    junkercar6.jpg [​IMG]Here is what we saved from a farmer.[​IMG]
     
  12. Neatname
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    from Spokane WA

  13. Graham M
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    Can you PM as to where exactly? and any more info you may have?
    Im from Calgary, but out in the very southern end of Sask currently doing the farming bit.

    Thats a '50 Chevy. That black one right behind it is the same, as is that cab right beside it.

    I can ask if he's selling them. There not too far from my farm at all. Just about 8km's south of me. Which is about about 5 miles to you yankee's
     
  14. ^^^^^That's Yankee with a capitol Y !
     
  15. screwball
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    I was the original poster of this pic years ago. I took this pic and more. It was moved but still sitting out side but now closer to the owners house.
     
  16. Here's a 1949 Prefect that was doomed for crusher but one of the our brothers found it behind a guys place in the country.....it was an old B gas car that most likely ran at St. Thomas Dragway in the 60's......it's now safe and sound in our E.L.T.A. Disciples of Speed Shop......even got an ownership with it....lol.
     

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  17. Putputboom
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    What looks to be a early 30s dodge pickup
     

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  18. Jen......
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    1935 to 1936 dodge 1 ton , the running boards with splash apron is long so this had a pick up bed on it at one time. this would be a important piece to someone trying to have a pick up version

    portions of the rear fenders is also there , another rare and hard to find piece

    if it has the windshield regulator that works thats worth quite a bit as well




    Jen
     
  19. Offset
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    Great find Fast Elvis. Was in found in Ontario? Great looking shop you guys have.

    Nice.
     
  20. Cornerwindows
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    PVC pipe rear bumper?
     
  21. KRB52
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    Most likely, cast iron water pipe with related fittings. It may be welded, it may be threaded together, depending on what the builder had access to, welder or pipe taps.

    I remember in the mid 70's reading in the rules for the "new" street stock class at the Waterford Speed Bowl that either 1 1/2 inch chrome-moly tubing welded or the same diameter iron water pipe were acceptable to make the roll cage for the car.
     
  22. LOWCAB
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    One my brother sent me a few days ago. Looks like a 30 Chrysler. He said it's sitting in an alley by him.
    [​IMG]
     
  23. Looks like a Chrysler 77- and with WIRE WHEELS!!!
     
  24. junkmantom
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    Here are a couple I have spotted recently.
     

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  25. And you haven't bought that 150 yet????
     
  26. Fugly Too
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    Hey Don ya tried! Now he sounds like that pompous limey turd on "Wheeler Dealers". Nobody's pulling out his toenails to make him use SAE..............
     
  27. I beleive the old Prefect was found in Kerwood Ontario....just up by Strathroy......if your ever in the London area....drop by the ELTA Disciples of Speed Shop....lots to look at....lol.
     
  28. enloe
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    from east , tn.

  29. blacknblue
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    I saw this across the street from my sister in laws house while on vacation in Russia. I never could find out how I could get it home!
     

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