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Old 11-15-2009, 10:25 AM
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Wild dually at the Goodguys yesterday.

I want to the Goodguys unexpectantly yesterday so I didn't have the time I useually do to take a zillion photos for you all. But this truck grabbed me.

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Old 11-15-2009, 12:03 PM
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I think that's called a "quadly"????????
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Very cool truck. I would think with all that work the owner might put a little more work into polishing those wheels.
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Old 11-15-2009, 12:59 PM
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Cool. Very nicely done.

I know a guy in northern MN that does this with new F-350 4x4s, and the rear axles are both driven, so they end up being 6x6s...or 10x10s, depending how you look at it.

Did you take a look underneath?
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Very cool truck. I would think with all that work the owner might put a little more work into polishing those wheels.
The look like they may have a silver powdercoat finish
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Old 11-15-2009, 02:11 PM
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It could be the horrible photo taken on the shady side too, sorry about that.

Here are a couple more, I only took about six or eight photos, unlike me, but I was spending time with my nephew who had never been to one of these shows.

This truck I see every show and I take a photo every show, I LOVE this thing!



This 442 was cool, the mid engine aspect has always intrigued me. As a kid there was a mid engine 55 Ford F-100 and I went to build my mid engine 48 Chevy pickup. This thing was wild!




And this little trailer was just too cool.


The guy who owned the trailer was there with a very cool 51ish Chevy pickup that his grandfather bought new. He was pulling a V8/60 powered midget on a little trailer. Seems his wife is part of the Bill Vukovich racing family that included a multiple Indy 500 race winner!




He was killed at the 1955 Indy while running in first place!

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Old 11-15-2009, 04:34 PM
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That stretch-dually is really nice but it wouldn't work where I live because
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pJMSd6A2YI

I also agree with you on the Green 58??? - - - that's "purtnear" as good as it gets.
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On that lil trailer----

My Grandad had one of those customized for his new 57 BelAir.
Had the tailfins and the taillights of a 57.

He sold both the trailer and the car in 68 when he bought a new Chrysler
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