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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. scotts52
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    Yep. You best jump on that right. I've had too many "one of these days I'm gonna ask" into a "where'd the car go? Thought it'd always be here waiting for me"
     
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  2. [​IMG] did you get it?
    did you get it?

    b-bop what is this cool coupe??? look at the swoopy frame rails this thing is awesome wonder if it's still there after 5 years? mystrycoupe.jpg mystrycoupe2.jpg
     
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  3. 33 Fordor
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    Nailhead A-V8, that '35 5 window I posted was completely rusted out on the left side, you can see it in the pic below the first one. Apparently it had spent a good amount of time lying on it's side. That said, that whole yard got crushed out several years ago, some kind of dispute between the owners. Sucks because there was some cool shit in that yard.....
     
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  4. Thanks for the follow up....1 less '35 5 W:(....unless someone with a rusted out pass. side got it:p
     
  5. 117harv
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  6. porkshop
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    These were sitting on the side of the road in Louisiana. Saw them on a trip this weekend. Bunch of old Studebaker's IMG_20170430_173238178.jpg IMG_20170430_173207830.jpg IMG_20170430_173116724.jpg IMG_20170430_173238178.jpg IMG_20170430_173207830.jpg IMG_20170430_173116724.jpg
     
  7. That looks to be a 1931 Plymouth coupe with a 1931 Chrysler 8 cylinder car tail end with the two reveals below the lid. You can see the detail on this roadster.... 1931 Chrysler CD8 roadster.jpg
     
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  8. Slow down
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    Found this one when out for a walk with the dog, 5 minutes from my house. [​IMG][​IMG]


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  9. TexasRay
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    I asked the owner one last time if he would sell me the car, His response "I'm going to fix it" it's been 7 years since i first saw her. His 28 year old daughter told me it's been there for over 15.
    For now she's sitting and rotting.[​IMG][​IMG]

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  10. TexasRay
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    Not too far from the above 57 I spotted these two. I spoke to the lady that lives next door, she said they were her father's cars and that her father would take her to school in the 49 Plymouth.

    Her Brother now owns the cars and refuses to sell them he says "I'm going to fix them" (sound familiar)[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    For now they're just sitting and rotting

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  11. low budget
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    The statute of limitations has ran out on that "one last time" You can start asking again now:D
     
  12. TexasRay
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    This guy has 3 more 57's in the back, one is a nomad that looks like a cheese grater the other 2 are wagons that can still be rescued. Sorry didn't get pictures on those.
     
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  13. czuch
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    Good thing the windows are out of that 53, so it can rot faster.
     
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  14. I really really like it I keep going back to look at it....wonder how "big" it is comparatively to a ford coupe?
     
  15. The early Chrysler product coupes are VERY roomy.
     
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  16. Hot Rods Ta Hell
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    If the '57 is a no-go, ask the 28 yr. old Daughter out. :cool:
     
  17. Jonny Hotnuts
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    Found in the high desert of Oregon, in the middle of Nowheresville.
    Not even sure what this is.....but Aluminum block?
    Looks like some bent rods...must of made an awful sound.

    I have some pics of the body but there isnt much to go on.
    Any thoughts?

    ~JH
     
  18. :eek: were you just playing nonchalant?
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    [​IMG]absolutely savage!:mad: but I'd still want it :rolleyes:
     
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  20. 2 more doors
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  21. BJR
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    Now that picture with the tree is cool. The tree is slowly eating the car, starting with the steering wheel.
     
  22. KRB52
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    Well, the steering wheel may have had wood on it, so the tree is just reclaiming it's own.
     
  23. cshades
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    ^^^^^That is from the restored 30s garage on garage journal. Some body on there said it is an original 3 on the tree. If you haven't looked at that thread you really should it is amazing what he did with the place.
     
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  24. low budget
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    Got a link?
     
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  25. Squablow
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    Yeah, I'd like to see that too.
     
  26. Here's one I found in a garage. It's sitting but not rotting. 20170414_150843.jpg

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  27. I've been posting pictures of vintage tin as I find them. I have always enjoyed the hunt. I have lots of older photo's that I could post. Would they fit here? As most of the cars are probably long gone. 20170509_220811.jpg

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  28. yup, we like em all ufo
     
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  29. cshades
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    Go to Garage Journal. com then go to garage gallery and "Restored 1930s auto shop" it usually is on the first few pages of the garage gallery it is a really good sized thread.
     

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