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+Chris Holt #148877 Mon Aug 17 2009 08:06 AM
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THANKS GUYS! wink


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JUST MESSING AROUND WITH SOME OF MY RECENT STOCK SHOTS FROM LOCAL CAR SHOWS!

"CAR PARTS ONE"


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"CAR PARTS TOO"

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+Chris Holt #161929 Thu Nov 26 2009 03:29 PM
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One ton ford , F-350 ,Looks very straight and restorative.

Dave Rowlison #162056 Fri Nov 27 2009 03:19 PM
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Hey hioctaneman,
Why don't you post a picture of that "K-Wobbly" you drive? It isn't old but it is sure is pretty; good enough to be in a calander. I'll also bet some of these guys know what an A-Car is! LOL.

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Shot with KODAK Z712 IS ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA at 2009-11-27


Shot with KODAK Z712 IS ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA at 2009-11-27

This one isn't old, but with the skirting it makes for a classy unit.

Dave Rowlison #162095 Fri Nov 27 2009 06:27 PM
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Well old Iron, I guess I got to break down, and buy a nice camera, use your place for a good back drop, and shoot some pictures of that W900 KW and tanker all polished up. before it snows and get all messed up.

Dave Rowlison #162155 Sat Nov 28 2009 09:10 AM
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Hi Guys,

I really like trucks; old and rusty, restored or really nice newer ones. I've been thinking about using one as "yard art"at my place. Jim thats a good idea about putting a rusty pump in the bed. I'll give that some thought; I've got all the stuff. Has any one else done something like that? If that's high jacking a thread, I apologize.

bruzer75 #178163 Fri Mar 05 2010 07:02 AM
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STARE AT THIS ONE A BIT...IT'LL START TO LOOK COOL AFTER A WHILE! LOL!



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Here's a few I took in Texas a couple years ago.

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+Chris Holt #178187 Fri Mar 05 2010 10:19 AM
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I ask a old guy onetime ,if he would sale me the old junk truck in the yard? He told me to stop by later, because he had a doctors appt. As I was pulling out, he jump in the old junk truck and left! I just smiled and waved!!! LOL... Nice photo's

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Dave Rowlison #178406 Sun Mar 07 2010 03:09 PM
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If it wasn't for the NO TRESSPSSING sign I would taken a close up. My guess it is about a 1955 ???? Matches one of the truck blotters on another post.

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That looks like this one from 1950 assembly line photo.
http://www.oldgmctrucks.com/photos/AssemblyLineCab100000B.jpg


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ACTUALLY THE '50 LOOKS LIKE IT HAS A MORE PRONOUNCED CENTER HUMP IN THE HOOD. ALSO LESS BARS IN THE GRILL THAT LOOKS A BIT MORE ROUNDED THAN THE ONE IN DAVES SHOT.


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Your right I did not look at it that close. I have never seen any trucks like these. Way different than the truck models or COE. More of a big rig look.
Maybe A heavier model more like the one in the center of this page. http://www.oldgmctrucks.com/page0196.html


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