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Just got back from the HEB to see the Gas Monkey/ Shiner Bock truck. Looks great in person. The guy said they are thinking of having a motorcycle built. Said it has been all over Texas with plans to display it out of state.

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GOOD beer. Glad to see they're spending some of my money on something worthwhile.  :D

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One of the few Gas Monkey projects I actually like. Thanks for sharing!

 

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Very impressive. i can't find a thing I don't like. 

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On 5/13/2018 at 7:42 PM, THarrison351 said:

I like everything but the wheels and engine

I like everything but the wheels and the paint. 

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I think it is nice given the reason it was built.

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I think it needs to be Ford power and I am not a fan of big wheels.

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As for my taste, I would rather see a Ford engine and the wheels don't do anything for me. Would rather see a nice set of chrome wheels but it's not my truck. It was nice to see a Gas Monkey build up close, maybe the only chance I'll ever have. What I really envy is the guy who gets to haul it around. He said his only job is to haul the truck around and keep it clean. My dream job.

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Love the wheels and the beer! This body style of Ford and the 61-63 are really needed as kits. I have a few of the old AMT ones but they are getting super expensive. Maybe Moebius will do one or maybe some Indiana Jones-like AMT employee will come across the old tooling somewhere back in the warehouse.

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