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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. 65pacecar
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    from KY, AZ

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  2. Nicholas Coe
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    More near Branson....


    I bet if there was any more of the Falcon to see then it would probably be OT. Hahahahaha.... IMG_20200621_161624.jpeg IMG_20200621_161609.jpeg IMG_20200621_161602.jpeg

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  4. gene-koning
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    The 325 Ploy motor was listed for sale at a few different places, including here. It sold within 2 days and has been picked up. I saw the trans and the gen off of it listed in the parts section yesterday. Gene
     
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  5. Gammz
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  6. pitalplace
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    I have a couple front fenders, I am in North Platte, NE
     
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  7. Nicholas Coe
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    Maybe? It's next to an antique store in Ozark Missouri.

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  8. The Dodge A-100 van in the woods a few posts back is '64-'69. They built the same animal all of those years. I had a '69 with a slant 6 and 3 on the tree.
     
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  9. Fabber McGee
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    Can't imagine why they would cut the falcon in half, right in the middle it looks like.... unless maybe it was part of a divorce settlement, haha.
     
  10. egads
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    Friend of mine saw this, they told him $900.00[​IMG]
     
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  11. maneri
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    his share of the divorce
     
  12. Thor1
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    $900 for that? The parts that I can see look like they are in good shape, and the door hinges and dash bits may also be good, but I just wouldn't pay that much for that.
     
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  13. Gammz
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    That’s over half of what I paid for our whole one and I drove it home.


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  14. Thor1
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    Yep, that's what I was thinking as well.
     
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  15. T. Turtle
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    @MO54Frank : Apparently 6 of these Crossleys were imported...
     
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  16. Fabber McGee
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    Front springs appear to be compressed. Maybe it contains a 271hp 289 and a top loader, or a Boss 302 or...?
    Might be pretty valuable. If the hole is empty it wouldn't be worth more than a few hundred to me even if I had a project car that matched it.
     
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    Don't know anything about this, just copied off the internet trying to get this thread back on track again.
     
  18. The truck looks to be savable.


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  19. Saw this poor old girl sitting outside local scrap metal yard
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  20. T. Turtle
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    Unloved Chev in Israel (pics by I. Nahum).
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  22. 1946caddy
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    This just showed up along the fence of a of a local business storage yard. I don't know anything about it except it appears to be a 1939 Chevy. There is a for sale sign setting in the engine bay and one on the ground. The number on the ground appears to be 360-261-8070. The business number is in the picture.
    It's in Longview Washington.
    You now know as much as I know.
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  23. Thats a shame. Grille and trim on the hood look perfect. Even the wheel trim-ring looks dent free.
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  24. toml24
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  25. chrisp
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    The car looks like an Opel
     
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  26. chev34ute
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    An Opel on the left and a GAZ AA on the right. Built in the USSR from 1932 to the mid forties The GAZ AAs and AAAs were the most heavily produced trucks on the Eastern front and built in the hundreds and thousands.
     
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  27. T. Turtle
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    The "Opel" is more likely a Moskovich which used Opel pressings "liberated" after the war.
     
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