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Old 03-20-2013, 10:28 PM
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Bought myself a nice little project. Will be lurking for knowledge to get her looking prettier and running her best.
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cool, welcome to FTE.
Be sure to get us some pics of your truck and keep us updated on your build progress.
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:58 AM
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Nice truck. I just bought a 68 camper special, 46,000 mile. I luv it.
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:51 PM
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Princess Buttercup? Really?

Gun rack!!!!

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Ha ha! Yup! She's an Oregon truck so the gun rack comes standard.
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I can still smell the interior of my Dad's 1970's Ford truck.... just the image posted brings back memories. We had the same cheezy gun rack
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Cool! I'm jealous. I wish my 68 c.s. was/is that complete. Have fun with 'im!
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Ha ha! Yup! She's an Oregon truck so the gun rack comes standard.
Yeah. But it's empty..................SO FAR
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Yeah. But it's empty..................SO FAR
And, IMO, it should stay that way! Why advertise?

It's a different world today. Hanging guns on racks that are visible to all, including thieves that could follow you home, is just asking for trouble.

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And, IMO, it should stay that way! Why advertise?

It's a different world today. Hanging guns on racks that are visible to all, including thieves that could follow you home, is just asking for trouble.

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Yep Bill. Sad but true. You are right, I shouldn't have joked about it. Even here in Arizona I have not bought a gun rack for my Bump for basically the same reasons. But I just about fell out of my chair yesterday when that other thread loaded his empty gun rack and sent a picture of it to joke back with me. It was a real Laugh Out Loud!
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AFAIK, in AZ: You can carry a gun on your person, except into bars and banks.

And now...since the citizens of Tombstone have repealed Virgil Earp's 'no carry' law, you can walk down Allen Street with your shootin' irons towards the OK Corral like the Earp's and Doc Holliday did in 1881.
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Then load it with a fishing pole and a baseball bat... and the AR-15 behind the seat.
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The load it with a fishing pole and a baseball bat... and the AR-15 behind the seat.
LMAO! AND in front of it I'd be sitting there With my straw cowboy hat!!!!
LOL! You could be Redneck if...........................
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