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Old 06-29-2014, 12:42 AM
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This is an odd conversion I saw looking on the internet. Any one ever seen this?
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Old 06-29-2014, 01:10 AM
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This is an odd conversion I saw looking on the internet. Any one ever seen this?
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Wow! $12,000. What a great deal...
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That is odd. His trouble will be sentimental value versus actual value. I would hope that a family member would want it, but you never know family dynamics.
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I say "to each his own" Not something I would want.
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I applaud grandpa for turning his vision into a functional vehicle. Not my vision, but if it made him happy then good on him. I wonder how many people laughed at Ed Roth when he was building his cars...not to say that the "Everbuilt" will ever reach the status of the "Mysterion" but I am sure that it already has in his grandson's mind. I hope that he finds someone who thinks the truck is a great as grandpa did...methinks that the price may drop considerably if such a person came along.
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That isn't the wildest or worse custom that's been on CL. Not to my liking but maybe someone out there will like it.
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It has been on CL here for a while. It looks like it would be best to let one of the grandkids have it and remember gramps everytime they drive it.
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There is/was a guy in North Central PA that would build mini Big Rigs from old trucks - Some looked very realistic - I didn't want to know what was under the skin
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