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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Question: On the A/SR photo; Exactly how did the fender braces attach to the spindle? Is the spindle drilled and tapped for the fender braces mount? Attached behind the spindle bearing nut?
Sorry...I was just fooling around ...Your english is excellent.. .......
......like my grandfather always said: a little humor never kill anybody....
Pre-implant...I`m talking about the Hemi being implanted in the car...……..
When killing them with kindness doesn't work, I've heard that a baseball bat is quite effective.
Actually, both the Lt and the swabby are inside and shud have removed their covers. There are any number of reasons why the Lt appears older than a usual Lt, but what's the relevance of any of this?
Seeing kids bikes that the kid just drop and they are lying on the ground instead of using the kick stand makes me think the kid is a douch bag and when he gets older wont take care of his car either. His car will be all dented , never check the oil, ram curbs with his tire side walls, never wash it, trash all over the interior, etc etc.......
Hmmm......How do you feel about his hair cut and clothes ?
I`ll wager this fine lad went on to be an upstanding citizen and checked the clothes drier lint trap on a daily basis.
i remember friends buying similar mopars for a LOT less than $100 in those days.
my first thought was they were oldses that had chevy engines--but that was a few years later!
cadillac tank engine?
I'm not the kid in that pic (from my neighbourhood), I never had a kick stand on a cheap second-hand bike BUT at least I would have lean the bike against the nearby telephone pole.....you are probably right about his future....
Rootie, is that Al Keller in the Leader Card dirt car?
"EYE POKERS" for sure!
It is, Milwaukee June 59.
Isn't this what they call a Bennett Buggy?
the hubcap stayed on!
Confused me also.
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