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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by povertyflats, Jul 3, 2010.
My Grandad used to tell me to "only buy what you can afford, son." <center>
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does that mean you aren't a half fast car buyer, nor a half slow car buyer...you are a half-assed car buyer?
can I go halves with you?
I hope you paid half price.
Yes, you might say it was "50% off".
I think we are only getting half the story.
Half a Hudson is better than no Hudson at all.
sorry to break this to you, but you've really only got about 1/6th
that half ain't half as nice as the other half
we all know you have half a mind
Will you have to do a reverse lap at the parade next year as well as one in the normal direction?
What do you do with half of a Hudson? Wall art?
That's what I would do. I don't think my Wife would like it.
I'm gonna restore it someday--ha ha.
i've heard that half baked shit before !!!!!!
He's a hoarder!
So, I just half to know...half you thought about what you're going to do with it?
I've half a mind to tell you you're half way there!
I have had a bunch of half restored cars in my day but you took that concept to the next level!!
Oughta be easy to chop, but you shoulda got the drivers side, then you could sit next to it, hang your arm out, and make motor sounds, but at least with this side, there's room for your better half.
I know of a Roadster that I'd like to buy 1/2 of !!! >>>>.
Looks like your Half way there!
Your probably flat broke now.
ya did good !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .. steve
just a half-truth
hah crazy shit, well, at least half crazy..
It looks like a '32 Paul...but it could be an Essex rather than a Hudson!
That's what I was thinking! I bought the back 1/2 of a '60 Plym off Craiglist back @ Christmas!
Rich, it has a "Hudson Super Built" emblem on the lower cowl. Would it have that if it were Essex or Terraplane? I wasn't sure. <center>
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I have half an idea that it is a Hudson. But I have been called a half-wit in the past.
i "half" to say, that's pretty damn cool. (yeah i know that's a stretch.) ha.
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