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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by murf, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Dimples

    Dimples I owe my soul to the TRD store.

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    I can’t even look at you :confused:
     
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    Rudster

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    Mine too. Pimp my ride...here we come
     
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    msahr

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    Profitt's Cruisers has some nice showroom lights

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    murf Lifer Supporting Vendor SILVER Star

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    back to the future?

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    splitshot Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper. SILVER Star

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    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;
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    Today's Hanover Post Office; 011.JPG
    From what I've read, across the road (and to the left) is the old Post Office. Still has an old iron safe inside;
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    General Store; 015.JPG
    And a cemetery on the East side of the creek; 017.JPG
     
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  6. splitshot

    splitshot Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper. SILVER Star

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    My equipment isn't glamorous, but I'll take any day dodging deer over dodging Dolts on the Phoenix freeways.
     
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    murf Lifer Supporting Vendor SILVER Star

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    Thanks for sharing John, I'm a history buff as well - good stuff
     
  8. Pitch

    Pitch Driving from the 2nd row

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    IMG_20180128_173814816.jpg Club hats at the Columbia outlets in Anthem
     
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    Mattman

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    Literally pulled from the weeds...

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    D_Web

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    Saw this old bus parked outside the Mercado San Agustin yesterday.
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    murf Lifer Supporting Vendor SILVER Star

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    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

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  12. Stepmurr

    Stepmurr Lookin' fer the end of that old white line SILVER Star

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    Super Blue Blood Moon shots
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  14. LandCruiserPhil

    LandCruiserPhil Peter Pan Syndrome Supporting Vendor

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    ChevySilveradoPhil back in 1978 on 36's:grinpimp:

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    murf Lifer Supporting Vendor SILVER Star

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    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.:D

    (funny the irrelevant details I can remember :rolleyes:)
     
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    LandCruiserPhil Peter Pan Syndrome Supporting Vendor

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    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
     
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    Where was that?
     
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    splitshot Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper. SILVER Star

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    Q78-15's, more noise the older they got.;)
     
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    Mattman

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    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!
     
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    LandCruiserPhil Peter Pan Syndrome Supporting Vendor

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    If you were at the first race I was the first vehicle to enter the bog, being the last person to sign up.:eek: No crowd control so everyone was standing at the edge of the bog.:rofl: After my WFO bog entrance the people that were not drunk or stupid quickly moved away for the next vehicle.
     
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