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    Better get to it before the rust does.

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    My baby, she travels well too.
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    Not mine and stolen from another site but how cool would it be.





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    I am my wings

    Well no engine, but it is a ride for sure!!
    It's only 1manpower with a gravity assist. Steering is fast and loose. brakes are 170sq ft of nylon and some strings with a planetary back up




    This is the earth getting in the way

    landing gear, spectre 170 driving in fast!!
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    My Ride

    My Ride on nice day's...
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    what the heck is that?
    Boolits= as God laid it into the soil,,grand old Galena,the Silver Stream graciously hand poured into molds for our consumption.

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    It's a Victory Touring bike. I think.
    Give us this day our daily lead.

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    If you don't want 1984 you're going to need some 1776.
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    Thats a Victory I think its a cross country minus the trunk?
    Compromise is giving up something you are unwilling to fight for! ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ www.concealedcarryofarkansas.com

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    My rides,. A 1991 Suzuki GSXR 1100, and a 1965 Chevy step side truck.

    I ride the motorcycle on the weekends, when it isn't raining.

    Rest of the time it's truck season.

    Both have carburetors, not fuel injection. That way I can still work on em.




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    Cool bike. But a really cool truck.

    A recent issue of Hemmings Classic Car magazine contained an article about the 60-66 Chevy trucks. The article indicated that those years pick-up's are commanding respectable prices on the collector market.

    Very nice.

    Isaac

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    45Nut,

    It's a 2008 Victory Vision Street.

    Twoworms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanflip View Post
    well with that said would this worthy of a sticky?

    This my firearms hauler!
    Awesome stock 57 Chevy. I'd prefer 2 doors but I'll let you send it to me anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB_in_Glencoe View Post
    It's been in the weeds for 5 years,
    part of the antiqueing process,
    another five years and it should be ready to go



    C'mon man, Get that baby out of the weeds and start working on her. That there is a diamond in the rough.

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    I'd put it on road as is!!and love it.Heres my fixer upper
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    Hot doggies!

    If y'all go back to Post #33 and see that gorgeous, svelte, sexy , streamlined, STYLISH set of olive-drab wheels, you will understand my excitement when I tell you that the Beast is being picked-up in Phoenix AZ this very morning. It will arrive here at its new Nevada home either Tuesday or Wednesday. Make sure you click on the photo to get the full benefit.

    This was a pretty huge leap of faith on our part. We bought this rig sight-unseen, based on the excellent photos on Ebay and the impeccable reputation of the seller. You could say that I am VERY CURIOUS to behold the critter in the actual flesh.

    This is almost as good as waiting for a new rifle!
    Regards from BruceB in Nevada

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceB View Post
    Hot doggies!

    If y'all go back to Post #33 and see that gorgeous, svelte, sexy , streamlined, STYLISH set of olive-drab wheels, you will understand my excitement when I tell you that the Beast is being picked-up in Phoenix AZ this very morning. It will arrive here at its new Nevada home either Tuesday or Wednesday. Make sure you click on the photo to get the full benefit.

    This was a pretty huge leap of faith on our part. We bought this rig sight-unseen, based on the excellent photos on Ebay and the impeccable reputation of the seller. You could say that I am VERY CURIOUS to behold the critter in the actual flesh.

    This is almost as good as waiting for a new rifle!
    Is there a belt fed 50 cal in the future?
    Crabo

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    My Work rig in beautifull downtown Meridian Idaho

    All hooked up an ready to head home.
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    'Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions.' - Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by crabo View Post
    Is there a belt fed 50 cal in the future?
    Hmmm....well, the ring mounts are available, and I have all the tooling for loading .50BMG, and I REALLY like the M2HB machine gun....all I'm lacking is about $20,000 to buy it. Maybe next week?

    As I write this, the truck transporter is on I-80 and less than 50 miles from home. The rest of this dayshift is going to pass VERY slowly.
    Regards from BruceB in Nevada

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    1964 Plymouth Fury, 426 Wedge. Recent conversion from four speed to 727 Torqueflite (bad knees). I had a Belvedere in High School, same body & engine. I always wanted that car back, this was the closest I could get to it. Owned this one since 1999.
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