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Old 06-11-2008, 04:24 AM   #76
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I just remembered I have some photos for ya', I just took them a couple of weeks ago....








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Old 06-11-2008, 07:28 AM   #77
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That is a killer truck Houp!
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Old 06-11-2008, 07:54 AM   #78
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forgot about this one....

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Saw this one at a show a few weeks back....
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And then this old girl has a bit of a patina to her....

Patina does mean Character right?
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here is a pretty cool brand-X ride!
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Old 06-11-2008, 01:46 PM   #82
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Waht does/is "Patina" mean?
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what did u all think of my trans am pintia lol
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Ahh! nevermind now.
Patina - a coating of various chemical compounds such as oxides or carbonates formed on the surface of metal during exposure to weathering.
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here is a pretty cool brand-X ride!
What kind of truck is that and what year?
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To be honest I could never understand the fascination with a truck with a clapped out paint job except as the beginning of a project to make a nice truck out of.
It might be because I come from an era that most guys wouldn't be seen driving to town in such a truck and there are so many around here that look like that that they don't have a lot of appeal.
I really can't understand the thinking of anyone who would spend real money to fake a worn paint job or sign. Buy the truck with worn paint and signs from a long gone shop or lumber yard, sure that might be cool for a while but to take a decent truck and do a fake "patina" job on it doesn't cut it for me.

That said I think that at the moment both of my trucks qualify for the patina list on their own merit and a bit of neglect of late.

The daily driver 71 GMC (has a chev nose) has the original orange paint with 54 holes that my uncle drilled in various places to mount different things.

door dents due to the big west coast mirrors hitting trees and fence posts.
It runs, drives and goes 50 miles a day at `12.5 mpg

The truck that gives my screen name is my chopped 48.
That isn't "patina" it's well faded purple primer well aged in the sun. It may make the trip to Bonneville that way this year though just to save a few bucks by not doing a fresh primer job.
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That is a killer truck Houp!
Isn't it, my son LOVES that truck! When he saw it at the show, he told my wife to buy it for him..... I said, yeah mom, buy the boys another truck!!
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What kind of truck is that and what year?

Its a 57 ford F-100
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Awesome pics guys! Ya'll have got my right clicker smokin'!
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hey rustspot what do u think of my RUSTY TRANS AM LOL
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gotta ask the dumb question
what's patina?
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this year's World of Wheels. the display was as cool as the rig!
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yea i know it was bought for 400 bucks out of a feild in north carlioina and it is 1 of 5700 indy trans am pace cars ever built but it needs ATON of work
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