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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Django, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. Scott76
    Joined: Oct 3, 2007
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    Thanks. I'm still working on my wife to let me put a hitch (bolt on/off) on her '67 Coronet 500.
     
  2. falconizer_62
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    that will be a sweet combo! 2 or 4 door?
    already got mine to concede to a hitch on her 66 mustang, until the 62 wagon is done. so it's "temporary"...:D
     
  3. Scott76
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    Its a '67 Coronet 500 hardtop survivor 318 with 27,000 org. miles. Been in her family since new. We have all the papers too. Its her car, not mine.

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  4. falconizer_62
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    it's a beaut!! I once had an R/T version of that car. Same color.
     
  5. Metaltwister
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  6. metalman
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    How about a Shastette? Actually this is a handbuilt 1/4 scale 56 Shasta built as a luggage trailer. They brought it over to the shop so I could letter it today, they are taking it to a SWVTA trailer rally this weekend. I thought it was pretty cool.
    DSC_0014.jpg

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  7. Insane 1
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    These things are cool, I remember a lot of them when I was a kid, I like looking at them. Anymore pics?
     
  8. Skrap metal
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    here's my dog's teardrop!
     

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  9. Skrap metal
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  10. diamond dave
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    had a great time this weekend with mine. grumpy and moon man were there too. check grumpy's threads for some pics.
     
  11. Skrap metal
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  12. oneredryderone
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    GREAT THREAD!!!!!

    LOOOONG TIME AGO! there was a street rod SEDAN w/ a fifth wheel ATTACHED TO THE ROOF, FEATURED in a magazine!

    am i the ONLY ONE WHO REMEMBERS THAT 'RIG'?

    red ryder
     
  13. onemintcaddy
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  14. Abomination
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    Hey, I have a '66 440 Wagon!

    ~Jason

     
  15. Balls Out Garage
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    With skirts no less! That's a great touch.
     
  16. falconizer_62
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  17. Skrap metal
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    wow! there are some great looking trailers here on this thread...
    keep posting.
     
  18. Grumpy
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    Heres the pic of my 61 Scotty, Diamond Dave's 58 Metzendorph, and Moon Mans 63 Garaway from this past weekend.
     

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  19. gnichols
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    Dog drop?
     
  20. Skrap metal
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    dog drop... thats a good one.
     
  21. Skrap metal
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  22. Vintage Roadside
    Joined: Oct 17, 2007
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    We've got a few vintage trailer magazines in our collection. They've got great articles and photos. Fun to read - this one has a nice Route 66 article.

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  23. AntiBling
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    [​IMG]

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    There was another Cadillac/Camper that was at the same place as the Buick, I'll have to see if I can't dig it up.
     
  24. onemintcaddy
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    69 ??????????? :confused:
     

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  25. Skrap metal
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    that caddy camper is very cool.
     
  26. flynbrian48
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    I'm thinking I'd LOVE to drag that Buick home and finish the pickup conversion!
     
  27. Hi!
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    from SoCal

    That buick looks like a nice start. Was it finished on the back.
     
  28. R1FIGHTER
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    1968 Shasta LoFlyte. Paint and wings coming soon...

    Just got the portawalls and new tires on the camper last night.
    More pics to come. Tonight we take the maiden voyage...
    Wish us luck!
     

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  29. falconizer_62
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    R1, looks good. where did you get the portawalls? what size wheels are you running. I have 13's and can't seem to find tha portawalls...
     
  30. R1FIGHTER
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    They're 13's. I got the portawalls from Mooneyes. The whole tire shop was in awe when I pulled them out of the box.
     

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