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#823255 - Sun Feb 05 2012 12:55 PM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: 53moneypit]
Achipmunk Online
Registered: Tue Dec 11 2001 12:00 PM
Posts: 14419
Loc: Boiling Springs, S. C. 29316
It may not be there anymore. When the price of scrap went up some of that HEAVY stuff may be now in China. Sad but likely.

Anyway, it was nice to take a trip back to more peaceful times!!
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#823374 - Sun Feb 05 2012 08:34 PM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: Achipmunk]
Ameritowruston Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 17 2009 08:16 PM
Posts: 192
Loc: Ruston, Louisiana
I recognize that ford wrecker because it used to be mine. Wish I had a picture of the grill and windshield because he made it look like mater. Just glad to see it is still there.
Thanks
Brad
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#824724 - Fri Feb 10 2012 07:08 AM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: 53moneypit]
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Registered: Sat Feb 02 2002 12:00 PM
Posts: 5483
Loc: Cybertron
Originally Posted By 53moneypit
I saw this posted somewhere a few years ago, maybe over at Chevytalk. Looks like identical stuff but was nice to see it again.


Yup, I posted it over there ages ago as well.

I was checking out the thread the other day and looks like he'd added some more stuff.

It's a fun collection to flip through.

-W
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#824984 - Fri Feb 10 2012 09:10 PM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: Woogeroo]
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Registered: Mon Aug 30 2010 09:03 PM
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Loc: mi.
NICE! Thanks!


Edited by og55 (Fri Feb 10 2012 09:11 PM)
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#827411 - Sat Feb 18 2012 02:54 AM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: og55]
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Registered: Sat Apr 24 2004 12:00 PM
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Loc: Utah
Oh, beautiful eye candy! Thanks!

I've been to see Big Brutus. It is very neat, and if you're in eastern Kansas, I recomend the trip.

Also, I would love to have that bashed in grille for that '37 truck on page 16. <drool, drool> ... probably isn't a 1.5 ton, though ... LOL

Thanks, really enjoyed the pics. The guy is a great photographer and takes my kind of pics. grin thumbs_up
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#828908 - Wed Feb 22 2012 10:08 PM Re: big old abandoned equipment pics from Arkansas [Re: Husker]
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Registered: Sun Jun 14 2009 11:18 PM
Posts: 101
Loc: Montana
This is real nice, reminds me of my days on the road as a field mechanic through WA, MT, WY, NE, CO, & little of ID thank you!


Edited by pope (Wed Feb 22 2012 10:09 PM)
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