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About signguy2108

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  • Birthday 04/05/1955

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    Larry Haney

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  1. Good looking old work truck, like the long w/b.
  2. very well done, i love the single axle trucks
  3. I was helping a friend of mine that has a tree business, we were about 30 miles from home, bout a mile down a dirt road. all this was in 1 yard, the moving van trailers,other than surfacerust, were in remarkable shape. The converted step van still runs, as does the old ford winch truck. and then i seen something else......i realized the old 750 honda chopper, I owned it for (for 3 days!) back in '74!
  4. My ENTIRE 'built' cabover collection, and the pete isn't finished. I got to get busy again.....
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    1976, edelbrock t shirt and the hair, lol
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    yeah, and to be really cool u needed to have the big yellow accell plug wires! if u look close in the nxt pic, u can see the coil just over my brother in law's arm. they also made a small stock looking round one
  7. Ha,my father in law back in the 90's would have thrown a chain over the truck frame, one over the bed and then tell me to be careful !!!!!
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    lookup accell supercoil, it was the thing to have before the MSD stuff came along
  9. sorry, thought it was a legitimate question, lol. Ive hauled auction stuff like this before, at the end of the trip, when u make that last turn into the yard, u take a deep breath, look to the sky, and say thank u! this one is tied down better than some i've seen.....
  10. Looks like a couple of auction pcs, the bed is just strapped onto the truck for transport.
  11. Seen this at the detail shop today, picture doesn't do the color justice, deep green met. Detail guy said it had about a 1/4 inch of dust on it this morning, first time out of the garage in 4 years!
  12. rugged looking work truck. good job!
  13. Good job, reminds me of one a local lumber mill had, and like my little short Ford, I bet it was fun to drive on wet pavement!
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