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Funny sorry about my interior

Discussion in 'Interior' started by ahoppj, Jun 29, 2020.

  1. ahoppj

    ahoppj Junior Member

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    Bought the truck two weeks ago, from a guy in Sanford, NC. Took it home and took the bench out so I could clean underneath and what not.

    I found:

    15 shotgun shells
    6 empty beer cans
    12 black and mild wrappers
    And a socket wrench.

    then I took the cover he had off the seat so I could wash it. And found something taped to the back of the actual seat.



    Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, a Trojan magnum condom.

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    thecantaloupeman Full Access Member

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    This has got to be the funniest thing I've ever read.
     
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  3. Charlie

    Charlie Mopar by Birth. Chevy by Choice.

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    Always prepared.....LOL
     
  4. Doppleganger

    Doppleganger Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    At least it was new / sealed.
     
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  5. QBuff02

    QBuff02 I like Big Blocks and I cannot lie Supporting Member

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    Is that included part to be considered NOS?!
    :emotions33:
     
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    MisterB Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Us square body guys require magnums

    Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
     
  7. mtnmankev

    mtnmankev Full Access Member

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    Shucks, when I bought my 83, all I found was a five and two ones under the carpet ........ I need to be pickier when I buy a truck I suppose.
     
  8. idahovette

    idahovette Full Access Member

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    UH,maybe NOT, Kevin!!!
     
  9. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs Supporting Member

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    May wanna consider washing the seat down real well lol!!!

    Wondering, is that a 10mm you found?

    Also... Howdy :wave: I'm right over in Salisbury :cool:
     
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  10. ahoppj

    ahoppj Junior Member

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    NICE!! I'm in Raleigh. Man i gave that seat cover three washes in the machine before i thought about sitting in it hahaha
     
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  11. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs Supporting Member

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    There's a few other guys I think in Raleigh or close by!
     
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    TPISly-C10 Full Access Member

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    Safety first! :D
     
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    MikeB Full Access Member

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    Maybe it's there to protect the socket???
     
  14. tobiahr

    tobiahr Junior Member

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    In my teenage years i "worked" at a local salvage yard as a parts puller. we would almost always pull all of the vents loose on higher end cars because of the one time a diamond ring was found in the defroster of a caddy. best thing i ever found was spare change and about 25 rds of 9mm
     
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    I doubt it was new! ! The vinyl in them tends to break if they get old. That might be why he is sold the truck: 1) He didn't use it or 2) It broke and now he is some girls baby daddy!
     

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