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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.
This is the Cream of the Crop!! Great job! Been looking at your build sweet ride.
Pop's ol' "one owner all original cream puff" 72, almost ready for it's second motor
And back on topic, with a pre-65...here's a shot I took last week, of my '40 stake bed.
Here's a good friend of mine's Studebaker Truck. He put A LOT of work into it.
still needs some work
^yabba dabba do ^
46 Dodge----fixin to stuff in the 241 Dodge Hemi., 700R,354 gears.
Thanks, Old Roadster. I missed the peak of the colors by a week, but overall, there were a few pic's that came out pretty cool, in spite of being shot with an iPhone.
My new screen saver!
Here's one I've been driving:
Been slacking and have'nt been on here in awhile. anyway here's one of mine. Saving $$$ for some WWW's and just ordered a rear bumper. be the first time it's had a bumper on the back in the ten years i've owned it
NewFisher, I love your truck. Where is the train picture taken?
1954-55 Ford F-750 Big Job Tow Truck, Y Block V8 with those famous cast iron headers, very complete old truck even has the old tach on the dash...Love the air horn and the clearance lights. Truck has a cool period correct towing bed with winch and even a winch on the front. If interested the truck is for sale just go ahead and message me.
1948-50 Ford F4 COE, 6 cylinder, Old tow truck body out back, cool retro interior, heater, coold handels etc... Truck is for sale message me if interested.
1933 Ford Truck, Flathead V8, This baby is rough, Nice dash. this truck is For Sale in interested message me and I will see what the owner wants for it.
Ever hear about or see a RUGBY? Rugby was a truck built by the car maker Durrant...This on is for sale if interested message me
Looks to be a 55.
Neat, never seen one with a 6 in it, we never had the inline 6 in Canada till the 223 came out.
1931 Dodge... It belongs to a customer of mine... Ex Rail Road vehicle.... future project in the planning stages now.
my old dodge and my pop's stude.
More Pix of the KOOL DODGE... please,,,
i've noticed that alot of mid 60's chevys/gmc's have that dent in the front of the door.straps break.
This is my buddy Ken Tover's '42 Ford ex-Seattle Public Works truck.
Yeah, there's not much to those metal limiter straps. A couple hundred thousand cycles and the pieces of crap just give up!
Seriously though, I've had dozens of these trucks, and 50% of them have had that dent in the door.
When I fixed the strap on the truck pictured, I intentionally made it about a 1/2" longer. It makes a big difference in how wide the door will swing open. As far as the dent, I'll hammer it out, but, I'm not going to get REAL serious about it.
Earlier dodge then 1931.(had one years ago).
Man like that 63 u do any trading .your new ride kick ass I have a 53ford,48chevy the fords are in the making chopping the top on one cab the other cab I got from work frame and all some retard brought it in for scrap I was all over it I put in the backpf my s10 and had a buddy grab the frame
Looking at this 60 F350 this weekend.
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My 57 gmc Frankenstein haha
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