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BAT TRUCK

PULLED OUT OF THE JUNYARD IN NEW MEXICO TEN YEARS AGO FOR $500.

NEW GEN V BLOCK. 1967, 427 CU.IN. HEADS, CRANK AND RODS. 700R4 TRANS, 3.73:1 REAR. 2" DROP FRONT, DISK FRONT BRAKES, 605 STEERING BOX. HOOKER SUPER COMPS WITH 3 1/2" COLLECTOR. HOOKER AREO'S.

MY BUDDY BRYAN REPLACING THE QUARTER AND ROCKER. THEY WEREN'T RUSTY. WHEN IT WAS IN THE JUNKYARD THEY MOVED IT WITH A FRONT END LOADER AND SMASHED THE SIDE. HAD TO FIND ANOTHER DOOR. HAD TO BUY A COMPLETE EL CAMINO TO GET IT.


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ghpcnm on Jul 20, 2011 said:

Very Nice Indeed !!!

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SHADOW on Jul 21, 2011 said:

Thanks...

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onisac1 on Jul 31, 2011 said:

Shadow, Thanks for the kind words. By mistake your message got erased. Sorry.. Your '59 looks great. It looks like it has come a long way from when you started on it. I know it is a lot of money and work. "Happy Trails" always....

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onisac1 on Jul 31, 2011 said:

Of course I meant to say your '60.... Sorry

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RedHawk62 on Feb 5, 2012 said:

So nice and even for this Studie man just too cool for words. I can't help but wonder how many of these even exist now.

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pauleysnova on Dec 6, 2012 said:

I wish I didn't live in the rust belt so I could find treasures like that in the salvage yard

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