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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by orbitup, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. Texasgordo

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  2. Texasgordo

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  3. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    That "almost" looks intentional...
     
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  4. TX OMFS

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    Drinking and playing with fire, what could go wrong?
     
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  8. F350-6

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    That all ended late 80's when the aerodynamics took over. The sloped windshields, engine tucked back farther under the cowl, huge plastic shrouds to cover the now very large gap between the grill and front of motor, shorter fenders to accommodate the sloped hood, and the hoods didn't open as much as they used to. There just stopped being room to sit inside the hood and work on a vehicle.

    I remember sitting on a fender with my feet resting on the frame while working on more than one truck when I was younger. Of course I was a bit more flexible and didn't get sore quite as easy back then too.
     
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  10. Charlie

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    First vehicle that was for me to drive was a '56 Ford F100 pickup that my father had worn out on his construction jobs! I loved it. I could stand between the block and the fender well and work on that big old straight six cylinder! It was great (and you couldn't hurt the dam thing!).
     


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