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Redneck toys (from auction finds post)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by REDCRO_REDNECK, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. REDCRO_REDNECK

    REDCRO_REDNECK 1/2 ton status

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    This is the beast as of last night, notice the free 38" ground hawg slicks I got off the guy that took these pics.

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    sexy rear end pic!:woot:

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    just a little second hand smoke never hurts :doah:

    Tech ? If one put the distributor in 180* out of time and corrected by turning it backwords what cyl. would one time the motor off of? :doah:
     
  2. trailblazr81

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    That exhaust system is straight Pimpin' :pimp1: . So how is the rear end connected to the frame? Is there any rear suspension? Looks like it would make a Bad Azz Mud Runner!! Git-R-Dun!!!! :pimp:
     
  3. REDCRO_REDNECK

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    stock 1970 GM coil suspension, that has been chained down to lower it
     
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    Ok, somebody needs help, really...



    dont tell anybody, but I think I like it.
     
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    cylinder 1 wire still........
     
  6. 78Suburban

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    there's something frighteningly sadistic about someone who makes a truck like that AND owns a digital camera ;)

    I think I like it though, it reminds me a lot of my old '66 playtoy.
     
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    PS:
    I forgot to mention, Remember to cover your pipes from rain evertime you're done wheelin or you'll wish you had of
     
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    that thing is sick, I bet its loud as hell :D :D
     
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    that's a sweet truck. drive it around in yuppie neiborhoods. (and off-road)
     
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    Ko since no one has asked and I don't know. Just what the hell is the goal for the build of this truck? I can tell there's been a heck of a lot of work done. I like the Mad Maxish look but it looks like you could pull a 747 so what gives?

    Keep up the good work by the way! :D
     
  11. REDCRO_REDNECK

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    I don't know what gives. It was built by a guy I bought a few parts from and he had an auction. Cheap toy with running 350 and sm-265 worth the $50 I bought it for. I may put some cane & rice tires on it and use it as a tow-truck for mud pits.

    P.S. the truck is not that loud, my '45 play truck is muck louder and has the exhaust run under the bed :screwy:
     
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    Must'a used the front bumper to bust up the hedge rows at Normandy! :eek1:

    Good score!
     
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    if you look real close you can see there is no bumper. There is an old brushguard welded to the frame, and a nasty pull bar that was used!.

    Pul bar made by welding channel to the frame, torching a hole in the chanell and putting an axle shaft through it welded to a hitch! :eek1: :eek1:
     

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