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It blends right in, doesnt it? (pictures)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mountainexplorer, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    Adding another "yellow" to the mix of colors in the field.

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    yes, it blends right in.. I've said it once, and I'll say it again.. you have a problem... and I'm jealous :bow:
    James
     
  3. mountainexplorer

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    Worst part is, since I hauled it up north and out of my way here in town... I went and got another '77 K5 for parts tonight. So now I have another multi-colored piece of crap looking thing on the trailer on the street. Guess I need to make another trip up north to drop off another one.
     
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    You truly are my hero
     
  5. PeteH

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    they look like toy trucks... i love it.
     
  6. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    I like the dead foxtail .....
     
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    Geeez...I wish it would snow like that here!! Oh, and love the collection. Makes finding parts a snap, huh?
     
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    Nice assortment of trucks:D Could you post some pics of the 55 Chevy pu please.
     
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    I dont know why, but I want that truck... I have a vision for it...

    Trade my running 77 K20 for that with 3/4ton axles? :deal:
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  10. mountainexplorer

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    Then you'd have two trucks with 10-bolt axles and high gears. Wouldn't that kind of be a step in the backwards direction?
     
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    Nice collection Allen, I wish I had room for that much stuff.
     
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    Lol thats why I said my running 77 for your yellow truck with 3/4ton axles, I know you always have a set of those some where ;)
     
  13. mountainexplorer

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    Oh ok, now I read that right.

    I don't know, I'm kinda looking forward to throwing that good 350 I have in it and driving it for a while. And Chuck and Jonny are already both ready to fight each other over who gets the visor off it if I take it off the truck.
     
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    I got that 350 I'm getting ready to put in a truck. And you know me I like the 80s better than the 70s.

    Btw if you actaully interested call me, if not its no big deal. I have a million ideas for lots of trucks.
     
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    whats all that white stuff on the ground? :wink1: AZ doesnt see that eveeer :crazy:
    nice find...
     
  17. mountainexplorer

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    This time of year there should be 3 feet of snow in my field. But the last 5 years we've had mild winters. Used to be that any rigs parked out all winter would disappear and become just a snow mound.
     
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    must be nice to own that much chevys

    any chance of a driver side seat belt for a 77 jimmy
     
  19. mountainexplorer

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    I'm sure I have a few up there. Just no time to pull any. Everytime I'm up there I have so many things to do I get about 1/2 of the things done on my list before I come home.
     
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    Geesh gotta stop looking at those pictures... come on allan, i'll stay with my 77, but just let me paint that thing :screwy:
     

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