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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. Fiats. The smaller one is possibly a Model 2 and was probably imported built up from Italy. The bigger one looks to the six cylinder Model 56 built in the US factory only.
     
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    Git offa my land city fella......

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    So many pictures from the era when PEOPLE LOVED THEIR CARS!

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  12. Aussie Ford Mainline utility, built in Oz on an imported Ford convertible chassis. This one could be 1955, '56 or '57.
     
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    from N.H.

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    Seems like there are a lot of repeats recently. Could we be running out of originals.
     
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  15. She can keep washing that car for as long as she likes!
     
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    that's one lucky hose.
     
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  17. The Packard marine engine for the PT boats was a bigger unit - 2500 cubic inch - and was Packard's own design. Packard built Merlins (V1650) and Allison built Allisons (V1710) for aviation use.
     
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    Is it me or does this guy look kinda Gestapo? Jeeez! [​IMG]
     
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    nope, tri-power
     
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    I guess it was the mandatory set for all shop classes. A guy in our class heated a pair of pliers in the heat treat furnace and threw them on the floor. End of class every one sitting down and the teacher goes to check that all tools are back in the cabinet. He spots the pliers on the floor and goes over and grabs them. He did not hold them for long. No one knew who had left them there. About 3 months later the wise guy decides to try it again. It seems like the teacher was watching, waiting for it to happen again and spotted him doing it. This time he tells him to go pick up the pliers. He wont do it and then the beating started. The teacher was punching him and slapping him. In 1964 this wasn't a problem. Today it would a felony.
     
  23. He looks dressed too nice so it's probably a road kill.
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    Teacher couldn't hold on because they were too heavy.
     
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