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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Lawrence Clayton, Dec 6, 2012.
Any more pics of the car? A build thread? Anything? That car is beautiful
Here's one from a couple of years ago....
I love these threads...
Hey, IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME!!!....
<<< SEE LOCATION, how far should i take it? Will post tonight.
My grandparents service station, somewhere before 1965 ish
"Cool" truck. I have something similar, a '42 Fargo 1/2 ton. Thanks for stepping up with all the pics guys. As was said before, it's Christmas.
All I got, had to leave my sedan outside while I put the body on my roadster. Then I put them both outside to clean up the garage. Probably January 2010.
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Why was a roadster left out in the weather like that?
Here's my daily driver with Christmas tree.
This is mine.Been posted before.
I posted a thread like this a while back. You can see it here. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=533350
Thanks! That picture is from last year. I actually sold that one but bought another to build as a hot rod. I will be using a Fargo grille on this one. Heres a link to my build thread
Its kind of stalled out right now but I hope to get back to work on it in a couple months
Snowing like a mother right now.
That would make a great Christmas card.
This one is my favorite, I've got a couple more.
Couldn't have been 'BEFORE 1965'...that appears to me to be a 1966 Chevy to me...
Photo of my old 41 Poncho sitting through a 12 inch snowfall and the other is a photo of me and Tuck taking a short winter drive in Omaha.
Baby, it's cold outside.
Before I started ti dig it out to go to work.
My 52 in the snow... and my old 64 when I drove it daily... now it belongs to another hamber.
This may be OT, but its, well not really pre-war, but not really post war, I guess you would call it mid-war. Anyways, I just got this going for snow removal duties! Its a Ford, has a flathead six and is period correct(except the plow)
Somebody Mention Snow??
Damn looks like my yard^^^^^^
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