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  • Scott Liggett
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    Didn't harry haulers wheels, tires and zoomies end up on the english wheel stand.

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  • Mater
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    Originally posted by stoneshrink View Post
    ya know, there are longer-dead projects than that.... ever see the shop art on Gearz? that truck was driven once in 2000(ish) and it's been garage art ever since..... even has a mural on it to give it some garage-queen creedo (sorry Stacey lol)
    wich truck lol

    the harry hualer, copper head, bronco, sg. rock?

    i think the harry hualer is the one that has been neglected the most out of all of them at least copper head and the bronco where finished

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  • Scott Liggett
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    Lets not talk about the CC project El Camino that Kinnan now owns. Seven years and its got four A arms.

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  • SuperBuickGuy
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    ya know, there are longer-dead projects than that.... ever see the shop art on Gearz? that truck was driven once in 2000(ish) and it's been garage art ever since..... even has a mural on it to give it some garage-queen creedo (sorry Stacey lol)

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  • Scott Liggett
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    I thought that Chad was going to use the TPI 350 for his 66 Wagon.

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  • SpiderGearsMan
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    MAYBE THEY SOLD THE CAR lol RO

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  • Stich496
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    Originally posted by min301 View Post
    Just like Mark...lol

    as seen as no ones got anything than "stay tuned"

    I have boxes of mags that have that tag line after the first leg..
    and car never to be seen again
    what the web phase, pics or it didn't happen..

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  • min301
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    Originally posted by Brian Lohnes View Post
    100% wrong.

    Just like Mark...lol

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  • TheSilverBuick
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    Oh, I may have to visit the car to see what they've done to it when I go to CA later this month. That is if it's still sitting in Chad's backyard. Wonder if he sold the 4+3 transmission to a Corvette guy for more than they bought the car for?

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    I can definitely understand the thought. Lead times and stuff, although shrunken from what they were years ago don't play well with the "right now" pace of today's world. I have no idea on the time table of the next facet of the story but I can say that there WILL be a next part of the story.

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  • HillbillySailor2
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    Originally posted by Brian Lohnes View Post
    yes, stay tuned to HRM for the next part of the story.
    Noted, but I think the question is when...as in "when is the next part of the story"?? I understand that you can't talk out of school about their project (especially if you have some inside info), but I hope you can understand why people feel that Corvette Hack is in Automotive Purgatory.

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    yes, stay tuned to HRM for the next part of the story.

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  • Stich496
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    Originally posted by Brian Lohnes View Post
    100% wrong.
    got anything besides that.

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    100% wrong.

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  • Stich496
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    like most mag cars, d.o.a. sitting in a corner

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