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Old 04-23-2020, 01:15 PM
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My son-in-law put me onto that one last week or so, and I spent what seemed like hours paging through all of it. They really did take a LOT of photos of each vehicle, so it would have been nice to take the next step & organize it somewhat, perhaps by decade, by make, or by vehicle classification. What really caught my eye was the 62 Chrysler New Yorker. Even same color as my first car, except that mine was a Newport.
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Some neat custom stuff and some weird custom stuff. This little blue Scout with a SBF and custom gauges and other stuff looks like it could be a blast with a little work.




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This Scout is quite the vehicle. A 90hp Nissan diesel, the chopped roof, whatever's happening inside and to the rest of the body, covered in what appears to be bondo cracks, and look at the rust!







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37 Chevy pickup

Yeah, that pickup looks good
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37 Chevy pickup
joakwin needs that grille piece!



This would look good on my White Elephant's chassis... it would have to have a long box and a GMC grille, though.



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[QUOTE=05snopro440;531052]This Scout is quite the vehicle. A 90hp Nissan diesel, the chopped roof, whatever's happening inside and to the rest of the body, covered in what appears to be bondo cracks, and look at the rust!

I see a definite interest in International here 05snopro440.
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I see a definite interest in International here 05snopro440.
His real name is "Stubble Jumper."

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Tripper, my uncle and aunt had a '58 panel and I walked around it quite a few times trying to figure out what happened with the '57/'58 look. The tin was the same colour, same fade and straight as can be, but a '58 front end and a '57 back end. I think it was factory.
To add to the story, sitting right beside this '58 panel was a '57 Monarch, two door hardtop in fine shape. I got that.
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I see a definite interest in International here 05snopro440.
Yep, my old man has a nice 41 IHC he finished when I was 12 or 13. Always had an eye for IHC's of many flavours.

I attached a 5-year-old photo of my dad's 41 with my 46 for your viewing pleasure (best photo I had).
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