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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by murf, Jan 9, 2010.
I can’t even look at you
Mine too. Pimp my ride...here we come
Profitt's Cruisers has some nice showroom lights
back to the future?
The new job will occasionally toss in something that is cool for the history buff in me. I have been picking up loads of Magnetite in Hanover New Mexico. Crazy little 2 lane through time to get there. Planning on a visit to the Post office for more info soon.
The old Headframe, first thing you see on the way in;
Today's Hanover Post Office;
From what I've read, across the road (and to the left) is the old Post Office. Still has an old iron safe inside;
And a cemetery on the East side of the creek;
My equipment isn't glamorous, but I'll take any day dodging deer over dodging Dolts on the Phoenix freeways.
Thanks for sharing John, I'm a history buff as well - good stuff
Club hats at the Columbia outlets in Anthem
Literally pulled from the weeds...
Saw this old bus parked outside the Mercado San Agustin yesterday.
check this out: A 1964 Ford pickup grafted into a 1994 Impala with a LT1 v8 . it incorporated the entire chassis (rides great), the dash, AC, everything except the body. pretty neat concept that was pulled off nicely
Super Blue Blood Moon shots
Ok @LandCruiserPhil have you seen this before? Looks dope..
ChevySilveradoPhil back in 1978 on 36's
MEMORY LANE ALERT! **
The only tires I remember back in those days you could get in 36" was:
Ground Hawgs, Monster Mudders, or the Dick Cepek Quiet Giants....those look like Hawgs to me.
(funny the irrelevant details I can remember )
I was running 36 Ground Hawgs when I raced Arizona's first mud bog race in 1978 at Giesla Arizona and took 1st place in my class
Kelly Safari AT IIRC
Monster Mudders came out with ~38" about the same time
Where was that?
Q78-15's, more noise the older they got.
The Gisela mud bogs...a regular thing for my family in the late 70's early 80's when I lived in Payson. They should bring that back!
If you were at the first race I was the first vehicle to enter the bog, being the last person to sign up. No crowd control so everyone was standing at the edge of the bog. After my WFO bog entrance the people that were not drunk or stupid quickly moved away for the next vehicle.