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Monkeyman, where are you? by Sage
Started on: 01-20-2000 09:55 AM
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Report this Post01-20-2000 09:55 AM Click Here to See the Profile for SageClick Here to Email SageSend a Private Message to SageDirect Link to This Post
Gee...I thought for sure you would be the first to be here! Have a good one, wherever you are!
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Report this Post01-20-2000 09:57 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Cliff PennockClick Here to visit Cliff Pennock's HomePageClick Here to Email Cliff PennockSend a Private Message to Cliff PennockDirect Link to This Post
Well, you posted this message seconds after it was created!
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Report this Post01-20-2000 10:05 AM Click Here to See the Profile for william_thorniiiClick Here to Email william_thorniiiSend a Private Message to william_thorniiiDirect Link to This Post
Unless he has a "snow day", he is at work. Unfortunately for us, fortunately for his company with his job, he doesn't have internet access.

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Report this Post01-20-2000 10:12 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fiero56Send a Private Message to fiero56Direct Link to This Post
I'm here too. I got post #4.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 10:35 AM Click Here to See the Profile for RaydarClick Here to Email RaydarSend a Private Message to RaydarDirect Link to This Post
Uhhh... Five?
Top of the morning, everybody!
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Cliff,
Since this is the O/T forum... The newsgroup I was thinking about (when I inadvertantly stole your Windows 2000 thing) was "alt.basement.graveyard". Check it out, if you get the time.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 11:12 AM Click Here to See the Profile for RZURCTNClick Here to Email RZURCTNSend a Private Message to RZURCTNDirect Link to This Post
Is the O/T for 'Out There' or for 'Off Topic'? Or both? Just curious. This is great Cliff!! Once again, Two thumbs up!!
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Report this Post01-20-2000 11:29 AM Click Here to See the Profile for PhilClick Here to Email PhilSend a Private Message to PhilDirect Link to This Post
Well if this is a bragging page I'm ready. Let's hear from all you hunters out there. This is really me and my moose on the cover.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 11:30 AM Click Here to See the Profile for bHooperClick Here to Email bHooperSend a Private Message to bHooperDirect Link to This Post
i'm here! your here... everyone is here...
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Report this Post01-20-2000 11:41 AM Click Here to See the Profile for PhilClick Here to Email PhilSend a Private Message to PhilDirect Link to This Post
Let's see some pics
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Report this Post01-20-2000 12:39 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fiero56Send a Private Message to fiero56Direct Link to This Post
I hunt Phil. I don't have any photos or anything scanned though. Mainly do my hunting up in Michigan. White tail deer, and fish. I've never hunted moose, but back when I was just a youngin', when we lived in Wyoming my dad did quite a lot of moose hunting and etc.

By the way Phil, I finally got to see your car on HotRod Magazine TV. It looks great! Is that a real moose in your picture. The head is bigger than you!

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Report this Post01-20-2000 02:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for deceler8Click Here to Email deceler8Send a Private Message to deceler8Direct Link to This Post
This is really off-topic...don't have any Fiero photos yet and wanted to try PIP...

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Report this Post01-20-2000 02:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for deceler8Click Here to Email deceler8Send a Private Message to deceler8Direct Link to This Post

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That didn't work...

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Report this Post01-20-2000 03:06 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DaRkLoRDClick Here to Email DaRkLoRDSend a Private Message to DaRkLoRDDirect Link to This Post
Well, I'm not into hunting at all, and I don't really care for old trucks.. I just wanted to post something here.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 04:19 PM Click Here to See the Profile for PhilClick Here to Email PhilSend a Private Message to PhilDirect Link to This Post
The moose made the "magic" 60in. spread, just missed B&C by 16pts. I scored 209 and the min is 225 but I'll take it. Spent 3 weeks in the Alaskan bush for that sucker.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 05:11 PM Click Here to See the Profile for batboyClick Here to Email batboySend a Private Message to batboyDirect Link to This Post
That's one nice truck, a 1951 Chevy, assuming those are the correct doors on the truck. I have a 1950 Chevy, I just love those trucks.
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Report this Post01-20-2000 05:26 PM Click Here to See the Profile for deceler8Click Here to Email deceler8Send a Private Message to deceler8Direct Link to This Post
Yep, it's a 1951...216 ci, 3 on the tree...

Pretty basic...was a delivery truck for an Iowa implement dealer until about 1970...then sat behind the dealership for the next 25 years. Engine not rebuilt, runs like a top, but needs a new rear main seal.

Just evicting all the mice from it was the biggest challenge I faced in restoring it.

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Report this Post01-20-2000 05:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DRHClick Here to Email DRHSend a Private Message to DRHDirect Link to This Post
My dad had a 51 when I was in high school (mid 70s). It was just a work truck. It was converted to 12v but still had the starter pedal next to the gas. Had an add on heater, didn't come with one factory. Straight 6, 3 on the tree... The way it was geared I think top end was about 70MPH, but it really pulled off the line!

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Report this Post01-20-2000 05:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for deceler8Click Here to Email deceler8Send a Private Message to deceler8Direct Link to This Post
This truck is still six volts, and it has the add-on heater too. Absolutely bone stock except for the wheels and tires (I don't exactly love the whitewalls).

When I priced replacement tires, I just happened to find these wheels and tires for sale for about 1/4 the price of the 6.00x16 replacements. The problem with custom wheels is it makes your ride look fast, which this isn't by any means. It is strong off the line, but 65 or 70 is top speed (bring earplugs).

Makes a great hauler, and really turns heads.

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Report this Post01-20-2000 07:45 PM Click Here to See the Profile for MonkeymanSend a Private Message to MonkeymanDirect Link to This Post
I'm here (finally!!!)!!! This forum is cool, but feels a little strange. I had to work today. It took me 45 min to make the 15 mile drive, but I kept out of the ditches. I did my usual donuts when I got to work but didn't see the owner/boss until it was too late. He made an example of me at our weekly bs meeting. Said if he ever sees that again, it'll be worth a 3 day unpaid vacation. Ooops! I did get some applause for the donuts, though! The boss dude said he counted something like 15 donuts before he lost count. Wahoo! I didn't see anything wrong with a few donuts and figure 8s when there were only a couple of other cars in the parking lot (nobody else is stupid enough to go to work before 5am!). I was safe and stayed away from everything and everybody, but bossman still didn't share my sense of humor. What a male appendage!

Now that I'm here the party may commence. Anyone care for some medicine?

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Report this Post01-20-2000 08:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SageClick Here to Email SageSend a Private Message to SageDirect Link to This Post
My timing was not intentional; just happen to get on here before going to the garage and noticed that the new addition was in place, so I posted! Looks like everybody is enjoying it so far. Cliff knows what we like! (Just had to change it...last time I enfoyed something, I was sore for a week!)

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Report this Post01-21-2000 01:09 AM Click Here to See the Profile for StandardClick Here to visit Standard's HomePageClick Here to Email StandardSend a Private Message to StandardDirect Link to This Post
I love doing donuts in my works parking lot! If there's enough room, that is. And boss-man can't see me 'cause there aren't any windows in the place.. i work at a warehouse. the best was when there was like 5 inches of fresh snow in the parking lots.. all powdery. Me and a friend who was driving a Ranger went at it... looked cool 'cause the snow would fly up around the car...
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