Mr Clean
Last Activity:
Oct 19, 2017 at 2:48 PM
Joined:
Aug 18, 2010
Posts:
6,305
Likes Received:
101
Trophy Points:
63
Birthday:
Jan 11, 1970 (Age: 47)
Location:
North East Texas
Occupation:
Locomotive Engineer

Share This Page

Mr Clean

Full Access Member, 47, from North East Texas

Mr Clean was last seen:
Oct 19, 2017 at 2:48 PM
    1. jake wells
    2. Brandon Robbins
      Brandon Robbins
      Have any woodgrain bezels?
      1. Mr Clean
        Mr Clean
        What year?
        Oct 4, 2017
    3. Dubo93065
      Dubo93065
      Do you still have a passenger wing window for a 82 GMC K1500? My frame broke on my first trip out in it.
    4. kramdua
      kramdua
      hey marine,
      wondering if you have a dashpad for 81-87 c10. cracks don't matter just needs to be all there.
      thanks,
      mark
    5. 74propu
      74propu
      good morning I am looking for a set of dully fenders if in your travels you see or hear of a good set let me know .I don't want to give $600 for a new set of aftermarket one's
    6. Rusty Nail
      Rusty Nail
      Cool man! Thank you very much.
      Most of my pieces have SCREWS in them, which is why i'm interested in any and all, so i can improve the overall quality of the set / truck as a whole.
      I'm in no rush, lemme know the price and shoot me your paypal info or address for a money order.. I am indifferent.
      Thanks again.
  • Loading...
  • Loading...
  • About

    Birthday:
    Jan 11, 1970 (Age: 47)
    Location:
    North East Texas
    Occupation:
    Locomotive Engineer
    First Name:
    Shawn
    Truck Year:
    1982
    Truck Model:
    K10 Extra Cab w/ Proper SWB, & 82 2WD Blazer
    Engine Size:
    454 BBC, & 383 Stroker
    Married with 3 Daughters

    Square Bodies, Trains, And Hot Wheels

    Signature



    A Marine Sniper Was Asked By a Reporter, "What Do You Feel When You Shoot The Enemy" The Marine Replied "Slight Recoil"

    Death Smiles At Us All.....The US Marine Smiles Back.

    Some People Go Threw Life, Wondering If They Made A Difference........The U.S. Marine Doesn't Have That Problem!