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  1. Clothespin n

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    well....let's see what everyone is rollin as far as Automobiles....

    This is my Wagon.It's a 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon....

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    and my UGLY TRUCK..that fits all the kids bikes as well as mine..
    it's a 1960 International b-100 Panel Truck..as ugly as a mud fence but frigin sweet to drive..

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    I'd love to see what everyone else is strapping there bikes to...


    Kev.
     
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  2. aaron_silva

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    Not quite a rat rod but she is my baby...

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  3. Clothespin n

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    very nice!
     
  4. PoPPa WHeeLie

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    my '67 Datsun 520 & my chopt up Ironhead
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    Love the truck. I have actually been looking for a Datsun truck on the local craigslist. Looks great.

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  6. Clothespin n

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    Sweet Iron head..thatll kill the ... after an hour of bumpy roads..
    and the truck..well, that's pretty sweet.It would look killer with a set of skinny white's and astro supreeme's..

    sweet rides'z Poppa!

    and The Mini Dragsters..that's just awesome!I'd love to see them run.
     
  7. Kustomkarma

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    Killer little truck. I'm currently trying to find some kind of older van, truck, panel van, etc. to haul stuff around in.
     
  8. Multipass

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    My current method of exceeding the speed limit:

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    Multipass... you seem like a guy I could have a beer or two with.

    Here's a picture of my bike:

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    I just saw the dyno sheet for that thing someplace around here.
    102 hp. with a hair over 80 ft/lbs if I remember right.
    I also added 954RR brakes and USD forks,
    Canadian Firestorm bodywork (a rarity here in Arizona for sure)
    and a bunch of other stuff. I almost opted for the VFR,
    it sure would be more comfortable.

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    And a crowd pleasing picture:

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    I sold my Cougar this summer:
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    To buy a 55 chevy.... but I was "encouraged" to pay off my student loans early. My last payment is in a week! YAHOO!!!! (but there are days I wish I had opted for the 55)
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    I am selling my 53 bel-air. looking at a 63 skylark instead otherwise i would post pics of it in a ton of peices for yall
     
  11. Multipass

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    thehazmatguy -- sweet Firestorm, those things sound soooooo good aftermarket pipes. After seeing how you haul it, you really can't claim that "it's never been on it's side " :mrgreen:

    My VFR hasn't seen much use this year, I picked up a KLR in June, which means most of my riding has been in the back country. The KLR is a better commuter bike too - there's more "options" if you don't need asphalt.

    Too bad about having to let the '55 pass you by. Such is life when you're a car guy, there's always so many that "I shoulda bought when I had the chance" Ah Well....

    I gotta get a pic of my Duster up here, but right now it's covered in snow so that may have to wait.

    -Mp
     
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    Here's my Ratty 23 T-bucket me and my girlfriends dad built. We stuffed a 460 Ford in it and a host of other stuff. But I want to get rid of it for a 50-54 Chevy Coupe! Also pics of my 1998 Honda Civic not a rat rod though!
    Also here's a link to a video of my Bucket that my friend made!!http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1150199194
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    That is ...... T-bucket! I would trade it. I would just have both!!
     
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    The daily beater. It's been a while since it was this clean...

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    And this is sitting in the garage waiting for me to lavish time and money on it...

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    --rick
     
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    slam the Wagon..throw on some skinny whites with Supreem's

    cool woodie...even cooler Impala.
     
  16. Rat Rod

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    The ones that got away... :cry:

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    Funny how a mortgage and two kiddos makes these toys dissapear.

    Well worth the trade though. :wink:
     
  17. Clothespin n

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    looks like Rat Rod is a bit of a Buck "I" fan...
    gotta love them Buicks..

    this,is one of my all time favourite cars..
    for those who don't know about this bad boy,well lets just say...
    NOTHING COULD TOUCH IT!

    a work of art it is!
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  18. Hooch

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    how can you haul bikes in a car?
    i got a truck!
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  19. aka_locojoe

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    Haven't had a really cool car since high school 25+ years ago. Here they were...
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    Note the 2nd one is not a photo of mine but I had one just like it.
     
  20. Rat Rod

    Rat Rod Owner & Founder Staff Member Moderator Pro Member

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    Yes....something about walking softly and carrying a big stick...ha ha.

    I was heavily involved in the Buick club and was addicted to the turbo Buicks for several years. The amount of torque and power that those intercooled turbo charged V6s produce is incredible. Nothing like rolling along at 40mph and nailing it only to have the rear meats break loose and walk out to the side. Spent my fair share of time at the track too.

    Looks like we have a wide variety of gearheads here!
     

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