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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
Nice looking broncs!!! Just a guess here but is the grey one a 68 and camo a 72?
68 and 74 both have 77 parts
? No prize
So is that of an Edsel.
I remember that Jeep grill quite well, but that doesn't mean I regard it fondly.
In fact, one my favorite features of this truck is that grille's absence:
This is a ATM
My '65 Scout 80...I am the second owner, almost to 50k miles
Wow. All those guys out there trying to grab attention with their trucks, and yours probably grabs more by doing less.
isn't it neat how that works?
I remember seeing my first rat rod (not saying this truck is a rat) at a car show in about '96. It got WAAAY more attention than anything else there and some of those fools with quarter million dollar cars couldn't understand why
Not my truck but I drive those in the army.
And this is my work truck.
More cool trucks
Yeah i never have been very good with broncos. Haha but your prize is owning them beautiful broncs
That's totally true. When I had my 1978 Bug Convertible (sold it this summer after seven years), I can't tell you the amount of attention that thing got. Everyone from teenage girls to elderly men to gang bangers (really) would stop to talk to me or wave and smile at that thing. Parked it next to a $100k plus Benz and nobody gave the Mercedes a second look, but they'd swarm around the old Bug.
What's the retail price on one of those props?
Probably a multiple of what my house is worth.
I want this setup
Price for one prop is approx 150000 / 200000USD
I'm not sure how we pay for wheels. But I am a captain on a pushboat. The wheels on our boats are around 6ft. tall.
you could buy my house 3 times with that, and why are all the trucks cabovers in europe, cabovers ride like crap
I think cabovers are preferred as they're more maneuverable in the confines of older European towns & cities.
Same in Japan.