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Unread 02-09-2011, 07:12 PM   #1
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Default I miss this bucket

Lots of snow and I'm just looking at some old pics. Man I love it when the front wheels get light when you take off in your bucket.


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How much snow did you guys get? I am so ready for spring. Didnt the groundhog see his shadow and spring will be early? You would never know it in Iowa.
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Hey do you still make that top and if so what about one for a tub? I'd like to use something like that on mine with some modifications
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I think that was just on E bay not too long ago...
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Will that T be at the Bash this year?
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Wow Photoman your good I don't remember ever seeing a lot of those pics. My son Jesse drove it to school quite often. I never gave it much thought but that's something he will probably be telling stories about when he is old like us guys. I sold the bucket to the Mountain Home auto museum and Dennis the owner died. His wife closed it and sold most of the cars.

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Hey do you still make that top and if so what about one for a tub? I'd like to use something like that on mine with some modifications
The plug was made out of wood and plaster. I made a quick mold for the top then I cut up the mold piece and used it to make the inside of the top. It had hinged tee tops to get in and out of the back.

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I'd like to have something like that for mine. Heck if I had 2 of them I'd make it work on my car one way or another.
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