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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by SacDAve, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. galaxiex

    galaxiex Tele-Afflicted

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    Back in the day, Woodie Wagon owners often got chided by other motorists...

    "Hey! You forgot to take your car out of the crate".

    I think it's cool, but I'm more of a Muscle Car guy myself.
    Thousands of dinosaurs died just so I can get 10 mpg in my big block 4 speed muscle car... :rolleyes: :lol:
     
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  2. rangercaster

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    When they started using decals instead of real wood, it was a great loss ...
     
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    When I a kid, (in Arlington, Tx) we came across the Oscar Myer Winniewagon parked in front of a local shoe store. The store was closed and the winniewagon was unattended. We craweled all over/thru the thing. It was basicly a fiberglass shell with steering wheels front and back. Damn but it was a long sucker.
     
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    I'd be afraid to take it out on the road :confused:
     
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    In the 70's I got my great uncle's boat, which was a molded mahogany plywood model. 16' long with a very heavy 1950 25HP Evinrude inverted pendulum on the transom. I miss it. Excellent wood!
     
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