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Old 08-25-2019, 03:32 PM   #401
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Re: GRIZZ’s ‘79 - 2WD BLAZER Challenge over in London, England. “~It’s not a Project

Bootfair follow up.


Cat found a spot.



I love the detail of the leather bound swagger stick.





And the riding crop.

50p for this work.........

How is it done?






@CraigRK and I took some time today to fine tune the road trip as well.

It has taken on a whole new life and personality with 4 of us in a truck for the first half.



New logo.

Of course it can be improved a lot.



And this years transport.

Can you say Dually?

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Old 08-26-2019, 04:54 AM   #402
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Small field today.

My first purchase was £10.00 though, in retrospect, do I need it all?

Three hammers and 4 dollys.



Split pins £1.50
4 metal plaques £1.00
Coke tin 50p
Mouse/Fairy doors 50p each
Books 20p each
Socks 20p
2.3kg curry sauce paste £1.00 each
Desigual top £2.00 for a friend.
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Sally took me to meet Uncle Bob yesterday.

She had previously taken photos and sent them to me.....

This time I got to go see for myself.

Snowy the rescue *****.



Owl sh!t meet car in barn.



One of soooo many tractors



Yes, it is for sale.

Pity it is 2200mm wide over the mudguards.... never fit down my drive.



First find........

Uncle Bob offered it to me for Dennis.



And offered me this Land-rover

But what to do with it??





Fag break.



Offer number two for Dennis’ gas station



And a Dunlop puncture repair kit dispenser.



Rover 3500 S

He has three, this is manual, the two Autos are for sale.



More once the Photophukit sorts itself out.
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Old 08-26-2019, 01:46 PM   #404
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Prize winner.



What does £20.00 or $25.00 buy you at a steam and traction show?

One large tap



I felt pretty privileged being offered shed and barn afyer barn just look around, dig around and smell the dust and oil.

Such a perfect counter balance to my day job in the hospitals.



After two hours we sat down and Bob was asking me about America, American cars and tractors

Of course told him about Andy in Oklahoma.




Once we got home I gave Dennis’ prezzies from Uncle Bob a preliminary clean.

Inside was mucky as a mucky thing.



Dunlop dispenser is covered in grey primer.

Dennis will know what to do next.



All done.




What a great afternoon I had.
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Bit behind here.

Monday was of course hot, sunny and a public holiday.

Sally had to work, so after bootfair, I took the Blazer and went shopping and driving it around with a friend.



Looking right at home.



When I got home, I had a coffee, then decided to go up to the farm to see if there were any good photos to be taken.





My favourite



Then created a chicane outside my house for all the speeding idiots while opening the side gate.




Of course the farm is super dry, so the Blazer needed a wash.

I do like it clean.




And of course, in case the potential buyer, who messaged me on the 4th of August, that’s 24 days ago about buying it, did actually show.


Selling the Blazer has become a real BALL ACHE with so many d!ckheads and random time wasters.


Anyway, it needed to be clean.


Done.
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Sorry to hear about the Blazer sale. Can't say that I am sad that it is still with you though!
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Harley.



Craigs daughter.




It’s happening.
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Well.

This Blazer sales negotiation started on 4th August with a hit via FB Messenger from Matthew.
“Hi Bud, is your Blazer still for sale?”
“I need it for a movie.”

He used to own a 4x4 Blazer before.

This one seen at Wheels Day this year.





So yesterday at 11.57 I went out to start the Blazer and move it out onto the middle of my drive because he was coming to look at it having said on the phone he was going to buy it.

Tucked into the tight alley .



FFS !!!!

Blipping the throttle to push a bit of fuel into the carburettor for starting it, the gas pedal just dropped flat.



BUGGGERRR....!!!

Why would they fit a plastic Ferrule to a throttle cable??

Anyway, more importantly, WTF do I do now? Viewing booked for three minutes hence which is not a problem because I expect him to be ten or fifteen minutes late anyway based on the last three weeks worth


Bodgetastic !!

Old door lock and hacksaw to the rescue.

.

“New part” made up.

Got back to the Blazer from the garage and viewer was there. Ooopps.
Explained what happened and proceeded to disappear under the dash for 3 minutes.

Fitted and ducktape added for extra security.




His dad had come along to look as well.

So started the Blazer up, he hopped in and we drove a mile down the road by which time he said, its all good let’s go back and do the paperwork.

Parked up

Inside.

Cash transfered.

V5c completed.

Posted out.




So the Blazer has gone to its new life in the movies.

Look out for it coming back looking a bit like this.







Buyer has agreed to send me some photos of it once its done up and the movie breaks cover.


No idea what may be next.


Watch this space.
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Glad you found her a new home. Looking forward to the next temp ride till the truck is back together.
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Now another 3 hour connection.
Then baggage collection
Then evening traffic for an hour to Dennis.

An beeeeer !!
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Just headed out for breakfast now then on the road.



My life is complete.



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Road trip continues unabated.

Anastasia.






Angie.













And much more......
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Message from Kansas.


Hello Rian. I won't be around on Saturday but I will be here in Friday. The International truck has sold but I do still have the Willys, 35 Ford tanker, 42 Cadillac hearse, 48 Fleetmaster sedan, two old Chevrolet 3800 trucks, the 54 Chevrolet milk truck, a rough 49 Plymouth 2 door sedan and a rough 58 Ford 2 door sedan. I also have a 38 Chevrolet half ton pickup project stored in another town if you'd be interested in it. If you feel that the cars are worth your time to come and look at Friday that would be fine with me.

My address is 1467 Jerkins Rd. Kristina Kansas 66077. My number is 785-220-4432 My old neighbor has a couple of old cars that have been in his barn since the 70s that might interest you. A 1950 Ford 2 door sedan and a hot rod 1931 Chevrolet he built as a teenager in the late 1950s.




Looks like we are headed for Kansas.
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Toto !!!

Toto !!!


I guess we are in Kansas now.


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You wanted pics......

Blazer progress toward a movie role.


Day 1








More as it comes in.


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Real time (almost) update.

05.00

Jonesboro Arkansas

Met up with Purple Heart Steve at his home and shop yesterday when we got into town.

Shop tour then off to find a motel for the night.

Invited him to join us for a steak (NO DRINKS AS ITS A DRY COUNTY) but at Coltons you can order alcohol if you show ID and join their club.

I had a rum and coke, Steve opted for a tall glass of Chardonay.

After dinner we headed back to the motel, only to be confronted by this.......



My first ever DONK !!!!!!!!


And it was a Hemi.


Super nice owner and his girl.


Loved the car for just how crazy it is in real life.















Selfie time as dinner did not produce one.







Certainly a highlight for us.


Would I drive one, own one??


Hell no.


But lovely people all the same.


Thank goodness for brave people pushing envelopes.



Off too breakfast at 08.00 then George Poteets place near Memphis at 09.00


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Real time bookmark.


Headed out of Jonesboro Arkansas this morning near 11.00 heading back to St Louis, well, 40 miles beyond St Louis back to Dennis’ place, I took this pic.

It’s his BIRTHDAY tomorrow, and we certainly wanted to be here, so it would be a long slow drag through, with stops where and whenever we wanted.

I was driving as Craig got hit late last night by a Migraine that had not shifted, and still has not shifted.

Front of the Dually was a field of dead bugs.

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Happy birthday Dennis :beerjug:

Thank you from him.





Another quick “real time” update.

I am behind, but between Dennis’ birthday, Mexican restaurants, Margaritas and mayhem, my time and energy for updates are limited.

It’s Thursday and our last day out, tomorrow we head to the airport at 10.00am and then fly out home.


I DO LOVE AMERICA... !!!!


My favourite shop is Rural King, browsing comes with a bag of free fresh popcorn





The car park is always interesting







Clothing



I love the advertising in their public toilets.








And speaking of rough riders......


Off to Hannibal and then via Ethyls to see if Kelly is in.......


She is rather addictive.
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Sitting at St Louis Airport

Headed to Washington DC then off to Heathrow.


Craig and I managed to get to Ethyls last night before heading out to meet up with Dennis for some more sight seeing .





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Back home


Got in yesterday morning

Sally very pleased to see me, sweet woman had done my laundry, made me a fresh bed and got me milk and bread, all unprompted, she also made us kebabs and salads for dinner, quite a shock, all the healthy food.

Slept 90 minutes on couch middle of the day.

Then 9.30 to 07.00 and again 08.30 to 11.00

Harley has not left my side of bed since I got home

Now trying to do some catch up loading of pics and writing.

But head like a zombie.
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Glad you made it back safely.
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