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Old 08-20-2006, 04:42 PM
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Chilliwack

So im new to chilliwack, and Im curious, what is there to do for fun around here! I know vancouver isnt far away, but I was thinking more closer
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Pick Corn.

Go to Cultus Lake.

Dig up MJ plants that are hidden under the netting.

Visit the Air Force Base

Hug a Cadet

Go for a cruise .

Big cruise day in Langley coming up. Great show

also, Don't forget to attend the GVMA Spanish Banks Beach Car/Truck show in September
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Old 08-21-2006, 12:24 AM
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Pick corn haha funny! Cultus lake is really nice, and I have done some hiking, but other then that I havent found alot to do here yet!
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three words KMS CAR PARTS one of the coolest stores ever. abbotsford and coquitlam. i dunno, the go carst at the castle fun park are pretty awesome. there is quite the hot rod culture down there. a lot of guys are big on model airplanes. im not sure where the big club is based out of, chilliwack or abbotsford. i think they fly out of somewhere nearer to chilliwack. theres a big club in surrey. when im down there its usually for a model show and when im not at those im usually in the Vedder yard. but yeah, go for the cruise in's and car shows, there are a lot of nice people down there. look for the Janzens drag car. it is an amazing car
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KMS car parts, I will have to check it out. I know I have been to a cool pickapart type auto wrecker here, and it was pretty fun. Even found some rust free doors for my 81 pontiac, and some rust free ford truck boxes, even a cool 79 ford f250. Its amazing some of the cool cars and trucks they had there just getting stripped too.
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was that teh one witht he pink car? what was the box like on that 79? long or short? interesting, we got doors for our 79 from a wrecker down there.
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Yes it is the one with the pink dodge up there, the box was pretty good on that 79, needed some dents taken out though. I cannt believe the lack of rust on older vehicles out here though!
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wow. you found a diffrent bunch of vehicles then i have. I always looked East. towards Alberta and Saskatchewan for rust free vehicles. the one yard in town has four seventies era fords. everyone of them has a box hat flaps. the sides are just hanging on. terrible rust problems up here. has a challenger body there. the only way you can tell it is a challenger is the roofline. nothing left of it.

but is that 79 a long or short?
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Sorry man forgot to answer ya! Its a longbox, I dont think they made a an f250 as a shortbox!
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There were some crewcab shortboxes built in the late '70s
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Oh yeah thats right, I should have mentioned It was a regular cab regular box
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Welcome to Chilliwack. Theres lot of good 4x4 areas along the river. Pick a part usually has a good selection of trucks but they just cleaned them out. I just got a shock mount off the brown 79 f250.
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trust me if you talk to the local you can find lots of places to go.Hope is not far and there you can find tailing ponds you can ride drit bike there and i think also 4x4 there.
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Sheldon, did you get to the Langley Car/Truck Show ?
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