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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. novatattoo
    Joined: Oct 6, 2005
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    from Canton,OH

    Very nice! but not in my budget :rolleyes:

    Later,Bill
     
  2. tuckerlw
    Joined: Aug 15, 2007
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    Heres our 1947 Chevy Truck we just finished
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  3. Gemini EFI
    Joined: Jan 5, 2006
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    Blown, injected, 292 I-6 for sale
    GeminiEFI
     

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  4. 69f100
    Joined: Dec 3, 2009
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    I have read the magazine with your truck in it about 10 through just because that truck is in it. it is just so damn bad ass (the green one)
     
  5. Locomotive Breath
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    Nice truck, great stance.
     
  6. Wicked50
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    I second that truck looks a GREAT!!!!
     
  7. novatattoo
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    THANKS! Yeah I miss that truck. Supposedly in CA now. However I watch for pics of it at events and have never seen again.

    Later,Bill
     
  8. Black Primer
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    I gotta say, that 36 Diamond T is one of the coolest body styles ever. Anyone know the production years of them? Did they eventually become Diamond Reo?
     
  9. Locomotive Breath
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    Diamond T started out in 1905 and were bought out by White Motor Corp. in 1958. They did eventually merge with Reo in 1967 to become Diamond Reo. Here is a D-T website link if your interested.
    http://www.diamondtclassics.com/index.php
     
  10. 69f100
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    my cousin said he saw it at route 66 but i didnt see it when i went so i might not be true. if i see it ill take pics. its just so cool.
     
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    i have had this on the road since 74
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    not a buesness truck was a fire truck 91 4X4 this is the back yard barn
     
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  12. gota be an a in the croud
     
  13. Nice find, BTW how's the big old COE coming along?
     
  14. Locomotive Breath
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    Been working on the brakes lately. Should be roadworthy by summer. I recently sold my '51 Ford COE and some of that money is going into the GMC. That big V12 should move it down the road just fine.:D
     

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  15. 57FORDF100
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    b4 i painted it
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  16. Rocky Famoso
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    ..Hey, What kinda bumper are ya runnin there? Looks cool. :cool:
    Thinkin about buildin a pup when I get back employed.
     
  17. DD
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    I have been looking for the 60-66 chevy c10 thread does anyone know how it is listed in search?
     
  18. novatattoo
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    from Canton,OH

  19. DD
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    novatattoo, thanks
     
  20. poolmike
    Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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    Still a work truck.

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  21. Scott K
    Joined: Oct 17, 2005
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    OMG!!! You can't use a cool old truck as a ........truck. :eek:
     
  22. With the torque you'll have available at your right foot,the COE will stand still and the planet will rotate! ;)
     
  23. Not mine but pretty cool and rare over here.

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  24. Demo Derby X-100
    Joined: Apr 1, 2008
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    Grabbed this one from the Lone Star 2009 thread. This one does it for me time and time again.

    Info? More pics???
     

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  25. fat57
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  26. sololobo
    Joined: Aug 23, 2006
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    Man what a cool thread, this will give ya a little truck lust!! ~Sololobo~ error---error--error--error--that is a LOT of truck lust!! Damn
     
  27. This was my 1931 AA Wrecker also was driven as a comuter
     

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  28. previous pics are by China Camp off the San Fransisco Bay in Marin
    the engine was a c block 100 over bore aluminun cyl. head mallory dist.
    lightend flywheel and cut it out for V8 clutch

    the other is at my old shop with a 32 J model Hupmobile
     

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  29. This truck i traded a GO Kart for it it was beat into the ground had a newer 235 6cyl
    I straightehed it 1 fender at a time and painted
     

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  30. During the Drought in CA i had this 44 KW with Glass Narrow Nose with a tank we built 4600 gallons
     

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