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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. I would love to have a 57 Buick post car.
     
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  2. Some rusting English tin in a nearby town. JW
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  3. '56 or '57 Chevy pickup
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  4. Early/Mid 50s GMC or Chevy COE
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  5. '56 Ford panel truck
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  6. This one hurts! '57 Pontiac 2 door post
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  7. Another "hurty" - Looks like a Chevy sedanette but couldn't get close enough to confirm.
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  8. Some random pics I've taken over the years, most of these are gone now.

    signs 006.jpg misc 006.jpg fff 003.jpg
     
  9. nightmoves
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    As I scroll through this thread, I can't help but say... Wow... Man... Look at this ! But as the old cliche' goes...
    ' You can't save 'em all ! ' but one can only dream....

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  10. 1953 Caddy.
     
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  11. The Chevy pickup that Raceron posted is either a second series '55 or a '56. Can't tell which without the hood and fender emblems. Fender emblems are the same for '55 and '56, but they mount below the ridge of the fender on a '55 and above the ridge on a '56. '57 has a different grille, this truck has the '55-'56 grille.
     
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  12. triman62
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    The mounting holes on the fender are below the ridge on that truck. looks like someone removed emblems from all the cars and trucks in that yard.
     
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  13. s55mercury66
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    from SW Wyoming

    20171016_184301.jpg This one is getting some love over the winter. 20171016_190143.jpg
     
  14. scotts52
    Joined: Apr 7, 2008
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  15. Los_Control
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    from TX

  16. scotts52
    Joined: Apr 7, 2008
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    ^^^ I'm planning on tracking down the owner. It doesn't look like it's cared too much for. No hood, open carb. I'd have to do a heart transplant for sure. ^^^
     
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  17. s55mercury66,

    Nice find on the NAPCO!.. if you're looking for a brush guard, I can help you out :D
     
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  18. That Plymouth car/truck is wild! Hope you can save it.....you would have a true one of a kind!

     
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  19. ...love that 46-8 Plymouth truck, always fasinated with car/truck conversions from back when,...here's a few Plymouths that are all history as of last Fall...
    putnams yard 11-5-16 017.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 025.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 026.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 142.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 146.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 096.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 053.jpg putnams yard 11-5-16 054.jpg
     
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  20. Early Ironman
    Joined: Feb 1, 2016
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    My dad had one of these when I was a kid. It was the only car he had with an automatic transmission.
    His main daily driver was a 54 Chevy with a Corvette 327 and a stiff clutch.
    One day he was taking a friend to lunch in the Plymouth. He was so used to pushing in the stiff clutch when approaching a stop sign. He stabbed the wide brake pedal instead. This caused said friend to get friendly with the dashboard.
    He was upset but understood the mistake.
    Then a few more stop signs later he did the same thing.
    Said friends understanding was no longer available after a second encounter with the old Plymouth’s dashboard


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  21. Peanut 1959
    Joined: Oct 11, 2008
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  22. Squablow
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    That's exactly what my first reaction was, too.
     
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  23. Here's a few I saw this past weekend. I took all the back roads to the Good Guys at Charlotte N.C. I thought of rusty 1 when I spotted these. 20171019_161608.jpg 20171019_161631.jpg 20171019_161557.jpg 20171019_161644.jpg

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