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Ford pickup 50 wrote: Hunter valley NSW (under my photo but cheers)


Thanks what meant was where in the hunter valley is it or did you want interested parties to send pm to get the details
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chop_shop wrote:
Ford pickup 50 wrote: Hunter valley NSW (under my photo but cheers)


Thanks what meant was where in the hunter valley is it or did you want interested parties to send pm to get the details
I'm not being rude but if they are interested, so please don't take it the wrong way. But I think that they can work that out if they want it. Just thought I would post it up for someone who may be looking for a project. If you like I won't bother in the future. I don't know how many vehicles I have seen on farms that are never available when you approach the owner.
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Why get all butthurt over that, just ignore it and move on :lol:
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Twin Spinner wrote:Why get all butthurt over that, just ignore it and move on :lol:
No butt hurt. :mrgreen: I'm good. Just no pleasing everyone. Thought I could help prevent another project going to the shredder. If It isn't appreciated I won't waste my time going out looking at what they have taking some photos and posting it up here that's all. After all I could have been at home an hour or two earlier.
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woody28A wrote:A lot of veteran vehicles ( up to 1919) and some 'carryovers' ran 3/4 eliptics. I reckon that Dodge is maybe '16 -'22.
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Paul, I for one thank you for taking the time and effort to post the pics up. It may well be just what someone on here is looking for. You are too right about the amount of stuff that is left in the paddock or under the tree that the ol' cocky wont let anyone near. If it is obtainable then I think it should be promoted any way possible to try and save it. I have seen Rods built from far less than what you have displayed in the current pictures. Just coz it's not a 32 doesn't mean it's not worth saving.
Please continue to post your discoveries to enable them to live out a dignified life. :D
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King Willy wrote:Paul, I for one thank you for taking the time and effort to post the pics up. It may well be just what someone on here is looking for. You are too right about the amount of stuff that is left in the paddock or under the tree that the ol' cocky wont let anyone near. If it is obtainable then I think it should be promoted any way possible to try and save it. I have seen Rods built from far less than what you have displayed in the current pictures. Just coz it's not a 32 doesn't mean it's not worth saving.
Please continue to post your discoveries to enable them to live out a dignified life. :D
Exactly. Mate I like looking at the different stuff you find out there. If only the stubborn Cockies would sell it off; let it go - then these ol' relics may stand a chance.
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I live for Vintage Tin photos, so don't you dare stop sending them.
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So do I Bill (well I USED to, until Photobucket killed it dead.)
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Whatever happened to Pig(Oinks) the originator of this thread?
I am using Imgur for online pics these days FWIW.
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Last time I received a message from him he was living on an Island in the Philippines somewhere.
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Yep,every now and then he pops up on Fbook onder the name of Brian Oinks.
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my vt hunts go back to the mid 60's, I worked with my Dad as an apprentice T.V. tech.
We worked from Dandenong ( Vic ) and part of the area we covered were farms at Cranbourne, Clyde,
Berwick, Pakenham etc and there was a LOT of old cars around then.
These cars were behind a big old house off the Sth Gippy Hwy just out of Cranbourne, I counted from
memory 14 oldies there including a very complete '34? Chev coupe, which I never got a pic of :roll:
However these 2 pics show there location. Cheers, Phil
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