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Old 09-10-2012, 03:25 PM
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Ok John, what is this?

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Old 09-10-2012, 07:46 PM
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LOL....That has to be the thingamajig that holds the gizmo on the doohickie I was wanting to build but I couldn't find a good core to turn in.

All right guys. Show Brian how much smarter you are than me.

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Old 09-11-2012, 05:09 PM
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Come on guys, you can see this part from the outside of the car, it's painted body color even.

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It's either a wheel cover from a 1963 Buick Rivera or a GPS mount for a Schwinn Bicycle.
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:13 PM
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Nope, guess again, it can be found on the most famous flamed coupes from the early seventies. I have the issue of Rod and Custom on the wall of my garage and is without a doubt my most favorite of any issue of any magazine.

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It's either a wheel cover from a 1963 Buick Rivera or a GPS mount for a Schwinn Bicycle.
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Ok John, what is this?

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It's the bracket that connects the two front fenders under the grille on a 33-34 Ford. $16.25 on sale at Honest Charley.

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I'll be dog gone. I have installed that thing. You are right Joe. It mates the front fenders under the grill! I kept thinking "late model" since it came from Brian.

Give Joe an attaboy Brian.

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It's the bracket that connects the two front fenders under the grille on a 33-34 Ford. $16.25 on sale at Honest Charley.

Joe cheated by looking at the link name but I'll give it to him. Do you know the flamed 34 Coupe from the early seventies I am talking about for bonus points and to redeem yourself. Another hint, it was the star of a TV movie.

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I'll be dog gone. I have installed that thing. You are right Joe. It mates the front fenders under the grill! I kept thinking "late model" since it came from Brian.

Give Joe an attaboy Brian.

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Joe cheated by looking at the link name but I'll give it to him. Do you know the flamed 34 Coupe from the early seventies I am talking about for bonus points and to redeem yourself. Another hint, it was the star of a TV movie.

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Joe did you cheat by looking at the link info? Are you ashamed of your self? (Wished I would have thought of that. All I could come up with is a lame GPS for a Schwinn!)
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I knew I had one but it connected the tail light to the muffler bearing.LOL sorry guys i just had to.
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Joe cheated by looking at the link name but I'll give it to him. Do you know the flamed 34 Coupe from the early seventies I am talking about for bonus points and to redeem yourself. Another hint, it was the star of a TV movie.

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Never saw the movie. Not available on Netflix...dang it. But I know the car from the thousands of Pete & Jakes ads I've seen in car magazines. Very cool car.
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Sorry, I looked at the pic's filename, and it led me to the answer. I feel super bad about it. OK now I'm over it.

Next question:

Identify these four cars (year and make).

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Ok just off the top of my head.

black in the back ground, a 40 Cad
Red 36 Airflow
Black for ground 46 Chevy

Green 40 Buick

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