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80’s dually pulled from a river

Discussion in 'Member Videos' started by bigcountry78, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. bigcountry78

    bigcountry78 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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  2. da_raabi

    da_raabi Trailer Park Supervisor

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    Betcha it still runs. Fire it up!
     
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  3. MrMarty51

    MrMarty51 Full Access Member

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    Check the washer fluid first though.
     
  4. 78C10BigTen

    78C10BigTen Full Access Member

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    The guy describing the truck dont know his ass from a hole in the ground! I can see from a mile away its not a 79!
     
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  5. gotyourgoat

    gotyourgoat Full Access Member

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    Hey that dash pad looks pretty good. :)

    Too bad they rolled it over and crushed it getting it out.:(
     
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  6. TubeTruck

    TubeTruck I like anything fast enough to do something stupid

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    I wonder how long it was under water. It's doesn't look that bad. I'll take the axles and if it's a 454, the engine. :)
     
  7. Blue Ox

    Blue Ox Turning Diesel Fuel Into Fun

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    It was probably a diesel based on the extra lights in the cluster above the speedo and fuel gauge. Although I seem to remember some other application that used the extra lights too. But considering that the "expert" couldn't tell an early square from a late one I doubt he knew what engine it was either.
     
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    Goldie Driver Full Access Member

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    Dumbasses. Totally salvageable prior to that.

    :rolleyes:


    :anitoof:
     
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    Maxim 32. Anything is amphibious if you can get it back out of the water.
     

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