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Yesterday 04:51 PM
Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
running boards attachment to fenders

Yesterday 04:46 PM
496CHEVY3100 running boards attachment to fenders
Yesterday 01:15 PM
MARTINSR The Bonnie and Clyde car was an early Ford, a '34, poor thing.


Yesterday 12:46 PM
Too Many Projects
Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
How do you know it's a '30?

Cause it has "Clyde" on the driver door....
Yesterday 12:11 PM
MARTINSR How do you know it's a '30?

Yesterday 11:22 AM
boothboy Can't help myself
1930 Coupe'
Replica of Thompson Submachine Gun or "Chicago Typewriter"
The bag is called a "Valice"

Yesterday 10:52 AM
MARTINSR This is too easy but I will go with it, what year is this Model A and why?


Yesterday 08:36 AM
Too Many Projects I have that connector at the back of my truck to plug in the winch on the trailer. Well, I did have. I sold my old truck and haven't mounted it on the new one yet. Guess I found something to do in my spare time.

I got no questions, anyone feel free...
Yesterday 08:05 AM
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Main power plug/battery disconnect
Close enough. It's called an Anderson 2 pole connector. In this instance, it was used for battery jumper pak as power assist when there's a battery power failure. Handy to start car, or be able to open door poppers or electric trunk lid to access dead battery. The floor is open once again.
Yesterday 07:54 AM
Too Many Projects Main power plug/battery disconnect
Yesterday 07:38 AM
brickyardboy No, not a fuse holder....
Yesterday 06:55 AM
496CHEVY3100 Fuse holder for blade type fuse
Yesterday 06:39 AM
brickyardboy I'll throw a quick one in. Pictured is a devise which is often used on street rods or customs. Name what it is, and what it would be used for.
11-23-2015 05:55 PM
Originally Posted by Oldguy48 View Post
My daughter and son-in-law have a 66 Chevy Suburban, hence I was pretty sure what it was. And I'll pass on a new question for now. Anybody, feel free to chime in!!
The first photo above is a Surburban
11-23-2015 05:38 PM
Oldguy48 My daughter and son-in-law have a 66 Chevy Suburban, hence I was pretty sure what it was. And I'll pass on a new question for now. Anybody, feel free to chime in!!
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