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Those cars and trucks in the water are a shame but I also see some good spots for catfishing. They love all those nooks and crannies.
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Wonder what EPA would say if they saw that. Too bad these were all lost. Looks like some really neat stuff to restore. Thanks for sharing.
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Wonder what EPA would say if they saw that. Too bad these were all lost. Looks like some really neat stuff to restore. Thanks for sharing.
Most of those cars have been there for 30-40 years. The EPA could care less unless you were to try to remove them. We have some pretty serious stream bank protection laws. A few have been saved over the years (I have one), but time has not been kind to them....

No catfish here....but there are some monster pike in there.
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Heres some from a trip through Missouri!
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Hereone from a trip through Missouri!
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Thats quite an optical illusion on the jailbar truck. A quick glance at it makes it look like it has a bump side hood

I had to look twice to realize the bump side was behind it. They are almost the same color and everything

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Took this pic today, I've been eye ballin' it for awhile. I think it says Standard oil on the side.
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Great thread...keep it going. I have some I'll try to find them.
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Nice thread! All that potential!!
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Like Havi, I was looking at all those late 50's super dutys. All I want is just a hood scoop off one. Maybe the 'super duty' badges too....... Awesome thread you guys!
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I saved this one from my Uncle's farm. Well, I started saving what I could. I got it moved someplace I could work on it whenever I'm up there.
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The 54 grille looks good.?..is anything else salvageable? Interior pieces?
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Boy this is just like the sitting and rotting thread on the hamb, but less cars...
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