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Posted 11/25/2010 9:24 PM
Roch207
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One less classic

 The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental. The car reportedly caught on fire while the owner was working on it inside the garage.  Anyone guess the car?

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Posted 11/26/2010 9:41 PM
Benzcowboy
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RE: One less classic

It was a ponton..
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Posted 12/1/2010 3:35 PM
Marsden
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RE: One less classic

Just a bit of patination!

Eminently Restorable! 

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Posted 12/5/2010 8:22 PM
Roch207
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Re: One less classic

You don't know firefighters very well. There are two firefighters at the bonnet. The red helmet is an ocifer and the yellow helmeted on is a peon. He has a large tool in his hand. They are trying to figure out the best way to make a purchase point in order to bend up the hood to extinguish the engine fire. They will then most likely break some glass to put out the flaming interior. For kicks, they may use the hydraulic spreaders. Rest in peace Ponton...
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Posted 12/14/2010 6:31 AM
Ed Mclass
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Re: One less classic

I could use those hubcaps.
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