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OK, try to keep it in. This one is a lot worse.

I warned you


Nice hub caps..
 
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The mirror is ok too
 
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Some things you can't un-see. Now I feel like I should poke out my mind's eye.
 
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Did anyone notice the suicide doors?
 
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Did anyone notice the suicide doors?
 
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Did anyone notice the suicide doors?
The backwards F-1 had them too...lol and safety latches..
 
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I keep trying to come up with a comment, but every time I try to open my mouth I vomit a little bit.....
 
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My son just sent this one to me. Anyone need a truckbed? Drunky's BBQ near Seattle. He says that the food isn't bad either.


 
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How 'bout driving this bad-boy to a PETA Convention.
 
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PETA convention. That's funny!

How would ya like to follow this truck going down the highway? lol
 
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Driving that into a PETA convention would prove that he's really grown a pair.
 
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There is a truck under there?

I do like the pitch fork in the stake pocket. I used to have old brooms in my stake pockets before I fixed her up.
 
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OK . . . these may be a bit far afield but thought you might find them interesting.




I suspect that picture may be Photoshopped but this one is not.



Click this link to see it in action - - - >
 
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Grandpa ( the one who I bought the "1ST-RIDE " from had a 1916 Case steam engine that he used to pull his sawing rig around N.C. Wis . It still lives . Google search Moon Lake Threshing Bee and you will see Tim Sollman operating it . 85 H.P. & max speed 6 mph . Weighs 10 ton +. You tube video 9.40 min. version .
 

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