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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. Jalopy Joker
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  2. fourspd2quad
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    That's what happens when you run straight water through a flathead. ;)
     
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  3. chessterd5
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    Every couple of months, I tip toe through this thread cause I tell myself that I'm strong enough this time. Then I see the carnage and the waste and I wonder how people can throw away perfectly good things.
     
  4. 33Doll
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  5. MO54Frank
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    upload_2021-3-27_8-42-31.jpeg

    Another Advance-Design 5W pickup rotting away. IF I could I would try to save them all... but I can’t. And really that’s okay. Hopefully someone will rescue it.
     
  6. The Willys-Knight looks like somebody shortened the frame on it to make a tractor out of it. Back in the day, you could buy kits to make tractors out of Model T and A Fords.. I think somebody did it with a W-K.
     
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  7. Dyce
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    Pictures of a few cars my dad had. Long gone now. 1616888909306~3.jpg 1616888883503~2.jpg 1616888896495~2.jpg 1616888872264~2.jpg 1616888876701~2.jpg 1616888853503~2.jpg
    Good memories!
     
  8. Rusty Heaps
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  9. Bet that Vicky is one you won,t ever forget. Not many can say they had one .
     
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  10. triumph 1
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    Came across what’s left of this tudor...[​IMG][​IMG]


    Sent from my iPhone using H.A.M.B.
     
  11. chevy57dude
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    Hope you were allowed to take it home.^
     
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  12. MO54Frank
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    Interesting rear window. Is that a Studebaker?
     
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  13. WB69
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    That couldn't be a truer statement!
     
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  14. jay t.
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  15. Dyce
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    The 34 chevy sedan delivery too! The Vicky was called the chicken coupe because that is what it was before dad got it. It took dad a while to get it because they were still using it.
     
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  16. CAVEMAN_1960
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    How about a slightly rusty '64 Corvair Greenbrier van? It might a little effort to get her back on the road again 165594322_10224695978010024_5854017699742866509_n.jpg n...
     
  17. Squablow
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    Damn Jay T, some really good stuff in that spot. Are those cars available for parts picking? Those Pontiac hardtop beltline moldings bring really good money since they fit on a Chevy, and that '56 Belair 2 door sedan is a perfect donor for a 4 door conversion, those B posts and doors would be well worth cutting out. Merc wagon has a lot of parts to give, and it looks like the '59 Merc had Astro slots on it! That place is a real find.
     
  18. papa's 39 koop
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    Found these today The Buick is rusted out but has a nice grille. 53 ford had a sign inside it $3000 .No info on truck ,missing motor and trans stock rear end 20210328_145528_resized.jpg 20210328_145538_resized.jpg 20210328_160804_resized.jpg 20210328_160716_resized.jpg
     
  19. jay t.
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    Took those pictures Saturday at Junior’s yard in West Greenwich. He sells parts but he’s a little pricey. Lots of New England hambers have probably been there
     
  20. 65pacecar
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  21. moparboy440
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  23. chev34ute
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    The yard behind the yard at work.

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  24. perk03
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  25. I don't think that one fits in our HAMB time frame....:rolleyes:
     
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  26. KRB52
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    First broadcast was Sept. 1960. Yeah, they fit.
     
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