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Jeff DeWitt

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 3:02 pm
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Don't know what is going on with it but on Spike TV's Powerblock the
Infobabe Courtney Hansen was telling what was going on this week and
there was a VERY orange C cab behind here, they showed a closeup of the
front too.

Jeff DeWitt

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Gordon Richmond

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 6:55 pm
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>Don't know what is going on with it but on Spike TV's Powerblock the
>Infobabe Courtney Hansen was telling what was going on this week and
>there was a VERY orange C cab behind here, they showed a closeup of the
>front too.
>
>Jeff DeWitt

A closeup of the front of what?

/channeling Calvin

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 6:55 pm
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Courtney

Gordon Richmond wrote:
>> Don't know what is going on with it but on Spike TV's Powerblock the
>> Infobabe Courtney Hansen was telling what was going on this week and
>> there was a VERY orange C cab behind here, they showed a closeup of the
>> front too.
>>
>> Jeff DeWitt
>
> A closeup of the front of what?
>
> /channeling Calvin
>
> Gord Richmond
>

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Jeff DeWitt

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(Msg. 4) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 8:34 pm
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Transtar60 wrote:
> Courtney
>
> Gordon Richmond wrote:
>>> Don't know what is going on with it but on Spike TV's Powerblock the
>>> Infobabe Courtney Hansen was telling what was going on this week and
>>> there was a VERY orange C cab behind here, they showed a closeup of
>>> the front too.
>>>
>>> Jeff DeWitt
>>
>> A closeup of the front of what?
>>
>> /channeling Calvin
>>
>> Gord Richmond
>>
>
Well, she DOES have a very nice front end <G>.

Although I was really talking about the truck. She did talk a bit about
it later, I didn't catch the owners name but he is a flooring guy and it
has a beautiful wood floor in the bed, it's been tubbed a bit and of
course has the obligatory (boring) Chebby motor.

It is a nice looking truck though.

Jeff DeWitt
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Jeff Rice

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(Msg. 5) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:18 pm
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Sheesh...
That really bugs you doesn't it????
You toss that same line out every chance and every place you can....
Jeff

"Jeff DeWitt" wrote...
> Although I was really talking about the truck. She did talk a bit about
> it later, I didn't catch the owners name but he is a flooring guy and it
> has a beautiful wood floor in the bed, it's been tubbed a bit and of
> course has the obligatory (boring) Chebby motor.
> It is a nice looking truck though.
> Jeff DeWitt



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Jeff DeWitt

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(Msg. 6) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:56 pm
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Jeff Rice wrote:
> Sheesh...
> That really bugs you doesn't it????
> You toss that same line out every chance and every place you can....
> Jeff
>
> "Jeff DeWitt" wrote...
>> Although I was really talking about the truck. She did talk a bit about
>> it later, I didn't catch the owners name but he is a flooring guy and it
>> has a beautiful wood floor in the bed, it's been tubbed a bit and of
>> course has the obligatory (boring) Chebby motor.
>> It is a nice looking truck though.
>> Jeff DeWitt
>
>
>

Sorry Jeff, I understand why people do it and I mean NO dig at all
toward your beautiful CE (and I DID vote for it several times) but yes
it does bug me.

Jeff DeWitt
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Grumpy AuContraire

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(Msg. 7) Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 11:55 pm
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Well, it does me too.

I would much rather, (if it has to be changed), see a Ford small block
or even a Chrysler 318.

At least it would be a step to shed the "sheeple" stigma.

<G>

JT





Jeff Rice wrote:

> Sheesh...
> That really bugs you doesn't it????
> You toss that same line out every chance and every place you can....
> Jeff
>
> "Jeff DeWitt" wrote...
>
>>Although I was really talking about the truck. She did talk a bit about
>>it later, I didn't catch the owners name but he is a flooring guy and it
>>has a beautiful wood floor in the bed, it's been tubbed a bit and of
>>course has the obligatory (boring) Chebby motor.
>>It is a nice looking truck though.
>>Jeff DeWitt
>
>
>
>
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Lee Aanderud1

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(Msg. 8) Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 2:09 am
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"Jeff DeWitt" wrote in message


> It's just that if you are building a street rod it seems to me part of the
> whole idea is to build something unique, and using the same engine as
> everyone else kind of defeats the purpose plus... IMHO a Stude really
> ought to have a Stude engine (unless of course it's a 56J or a 65-66
> Chevybaker).

I'm still waiting for someone to transplant the Lexus V-8 into a streetrod.
I've seen the Cadillac Northstar and Dodge Viper V-10 done already.

Lee
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(Msg. 9) Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 2:53 am
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Lee Aanderud wrote:
> "Jeff DeWitt" wrote in message
>
>
>> It's just that if you are building a street rod it seems to me part of the
>> whole idea is to build something unique, and using the same engine as
>> everyone else kind of defeats the purpose plus... IMHO a Stude really
>> ought to have a Stude engine (unless of course it's a 56J or a 65-66
>> Chevybaker).
>
> I'm still waiting for someone to transplant the Lexus V-8 into a streetrod.
> I've seen the Cadillac Northstar and Dodge Viper V-10 done already.
>
> Lee
>
>

Here's one, but... I wouldn't have done it quite that way!

http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Features/articleId=106122#4

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Lee Aanderud1

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(Msg. 10) Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 1:48 pm
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Ray and I saw a Jeep on Sunday morning that the guy had swapped out the
sheetmetal with pressure treated, tongue and groove 2x6's. Probably had one
of those damn belly button motors in it too.

Lee

"Jeff Rice" wrote in message

> That's pretty lame (The Lexus stock car thing..).
> Take your store bought stock car rolling chassis and hang a somewhat
> generic body on it and add some Lexus trim...
> But, it's wacky enough to get into a magazine...



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