Cars in my neighborhood - Econoline

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Cars in my neighborhood - Econoline

Post #1 by powerband » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:58 am

they're out there...

I have a bunch of photo's I started taking of cars I see down the road from me in fields, backyards and just plain derelicts in the woods.

Here's a lost one I just found less than a mile from where I've lived for 30 years and never saw it before last summer. Finally was able to get some pics with briars winter bare:
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have Econo-fun

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Re: Cars in my neighborhood - Econoline

Post #2 by bubba22349 » Tue Jan 19, 2016 1:50 pm

:cool: I Like that too, there is nothing like checking out the junkyards or discovering an old forgotten car or truck! That's a fairly decent Econo body, I have also been looking around some of my neighborhood when walking my dog, not much in the way of Fords though. :thumbup:
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Re: Cars in my neighborhood - Econoline

Post #3 by STEVEN. » Tue Jan 19, 2016 8:31 pm

Neat stuff 8) . Around here you have to actually go to the Landlord's Yards to actually see stuff like that. At least at His places(s)you'll find just about everything and anything,including Locomotives.

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