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Mar 06, 2021 12:45 as a reply to  @ post 19204634 |  #2596

Was that the case?


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Mar 06, 2021 16:54 |  #2597

Struth Bruce, as our Aussie friends might say! I'm not sure if that woman was lucky or not :rolleyes::rolleyes:


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Mar 07, 2021 09:15 |  #2598

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At the Texas / Arizona border.

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Must have been a recent addition to the location (Texas/Arizona border) because it doesn’t have any bullet holes!

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Mar 07, 2021 13:17 |  #2599

The rusted interior of an old truck on my uncle's farm, outside of Sioux City Iowa. This was taken in the summer of 2017. I think it is an old, late 1950s or early 60s GMC truck. It just sits on the farm, rusting away.


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Mar 07, 2021 13:30 |  #2600

Eric Hopp wrote in post #19205473 (external link)
The rusted interior of an old truck on my uncle's farm, outside of Sioux City Iowa. This was taken in the summer of 2017. I think it is an old, late 1950s or early 60s GMC truck. It just sits on the farm, rusting away.
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Nice! Do you have an exterior shot of the truck?


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Mar 07, 2021 14:43 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #2601

Here is a couple of shots of the exterior of the truck. It is just the cab only, sitting in a bed of weeds. There is no engine, front end, chassis, or even a bed. I think the wheels came off long ago. Farmers do not throw away anything that is metal, or tools, or tractors, or trucks, or combines, or any type of farm equipment. Everything can be salvaged, adapted, or used to repair some piece of farm equipment back to a running state that they absolutely need. Or the farmer will haul it to a space, and say, "Someday, I'm gonna restore this back to its original condition." Someday, in the future.


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Mar 26, 2021 17:34 |  #2602

Paddy Wagon?? Daughtery, Oklahoma. Got a feeling this old vehicle saw some use back in the days.


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Mar 26, 2021 17:47 as a reply to  @ Terry McDaniel's post |  #2603

That's a really nice old vintage.
I hope it doesn't just slide into oblivion



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Mar 26, 2021 19:18 |  #2604

Terry McDaniel wrote in post #19214200 (external link)
Paddy Wagon?? Daughtery, Oklahoma. Got a feeling this old vehicle saw some use back in the days.
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You call them paddy wagons in the States too? I assumed it was an Australian thing. Those naughty Irishmen ...


‘The forest was shrinking but the trees kept voting for the axe because its handle was made of wood and they thought it was one of them.’

  
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Mar 29, 2021 03:50 |  #2605

don't see that many abandoned cars, but I did find this on a back lane in Devon.


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Apr 21, 2021 05:48 |  #2606

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Apr 21, 2021 07:24 |  #2607

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Blitz truck!


‘The forest was shrinking but the trees kept voting for the axe because its handle was made of wood and they thought it was one of them.’

  
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Apr 21, 2021 09:45 |  #2608

Terry McDaniel wrote in post #19214200 (external link)
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No doubt used to pick up moonshiners and women of ill repute.


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Apr 21, 2021 15:15 |  #2609

Perfectly Frank wrote in post #19225852 (external link)
No doubt used to pick up ... women of ill repute.

Guess they'd have been held in the 'Daughtery'.


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May 01, 2021 19:40 |  #2610

Chevy truck last registered in 1995 sitting in an abandoned corn crib.


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