Pretty quiet in here... what are you working on?

Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by Stumpalama, Nov 21, 2013.

  1. Crusha

    Crusha Self-censoring my mud posts... SILVER Star

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    Too much work. I'm leaning towards a piece of an old plastic cutting board and four sheet metal screws.
     
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    Roof flashing and self tapping sheet metal screws.
     
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    Hey don't knock flashing. That's all that held the Tercel we had in Boston together. That was one sweeet ride.
     
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    Who's knocking it? It's what kept my legs from getting soaked as the inner rocker and floor on my 40 for the 1st 2 1/2 years.
     
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    Winner.
     
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    Jakes40 IH8MUD Poser

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    Good choice! Just like the pro’s!
     
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  8. Crusha

    Crusha Self-censoring my mud posts... SILVER Star

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    You obviously never lived in West Philly in the eighties...

    All body work was comprised of duct tape and a pizza box. If you were a real baller, you’d use these letters below, and spell out a phrase on your lower rocker.

    My two faves were “A nine inch for you”,
    and “Pimpin’ aint easy”

    I miss West Philly!

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    Don't forget aluminum tape! That's what I used to cover the rust holes in my windshield frame for longer than I would like to admit.
     
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    Maybe we should have a "Pretty quiet in here... what are you waiting on? RC Edition" .But for now I'll stick this in here. I got my TRX-4 done, 80 series body painted (Antique Sage of course :D) and took her out on her maiden trail run last weekend on our family camping trip. I wasn't able to take my big truck so the little one had to suffice. Tons of rocks up in the Catoctin Mountains in MD.

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    @TRFCSUX and @Jakes40 came over and we built Steve a gas can carrier for his Taco.
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    Damn Steve-O you've been busy getting that Taco ready for the expedition!
     
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