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PostPosted: June 29, 2015, 5:31 am 
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:shock: I think you lot have all won lotto if slicks are worth this much! :lol:

And a mere 1,000,000 miles. The girls just been run in!
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PostPosted: June 29, 2015, 6:56 am 
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We all just have to hope this is not the sign that the 'investors' have started to pay attention to slicks. That is what drives the prices on the high end and tends to ruin the hobby aspect. If there is money to be made, there are people who will manipulate the market.


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PostPosted: June 30, 2015, 2:25 am 
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let us know how that sale goes, I`ve seen LHD stuff from the US with price tags that high :roll:

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There was a 65-66 swb in south tejas a while back on CL. It was a "barn find". The guy wanted something stupid like $20k and said the price was firm. Good luck with that. I guess he might have sold it but not to me or anyone I know.


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And the trouble with those 'barns finds,' the tinworm doesn't ignore them either. They still need a tonne of rust repairs etc.


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I'm quite certain he means $3995.


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PostPosted: July 1, 2015, 9:52 pm 
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It's Australia brute66 Anything is possible...


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PostPosted: July 6, 2015, 6:45 pm 
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Leeroy wrote:
It's Australia brute66 Anything is possible...


I`ll second that, and it`s only getting worse! :evil:

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I recently located one and got lucky with CL. I've had at least a couple of deals fall through in the past few months though.


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PostPosted: July 26, 2015, 6:57 pm 
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WOW is all I can say..... http://www.tradeuniquecars.com.au/detai ... 100/216848

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PostPosted: July 26, 2015, 9:06 pm 
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Alan: Wazup with those stepside fenders on the box?? Something doesn't look right on the shape of radius from top horizontal to side vertical, and shape of wheel opening looks different as well?
Is this the way the Aussie trucks came, or has someone been messing with this one?

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PostPosted: July 27, 2015, 6:48 pm 
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James, I`m thinking he put them on backwards and they are fibreglass from a Aussie company that makes stepside bodies and guards, Hughes Stepsides.
Also the owner needs a good slap in the chops for putting those gordamn ugly wheels on it!.. no.gif

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Maybe Dodge Trucks step side fenders ???? Since they always can confuse people with the Ford Truck Fenders

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Tom: I thought the same thing for a brief second, but remembering my lil bro's Warlock 4x4, I knew the profile line around the wheel opening was different on the Dodge.....

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Maybe Dodge Trucks step side fenders ???? Since they always can confuse people with the Ford Truck Fenders


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I have seen fiberglass that are 3" wider in an ad. I think that is what they could as those look like wide wheels.



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Johnny: That is a distinct possibility, but still doesn't explain why the radius of the profile line around the wheel opening is not even close to the OEM stepside fenders......

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I have seen fiberglass that are 3" wider in an ad. I think that is what they could as those look like wide wheels.



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Is it a smaller wheel arch in the guard to give the effect of a lowered truck.

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