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Blackberry find

IMG_7379_smallPictured here from some years ago, is what is believed to be a 1923 Chevrolet Tourer. During the demolition of a Launceston home, that was very unkept, complete with a rear yard full of blackberries, the Backhoe met with more than a little resistance at this point. Closer inspection revealed this little Touring Car, complete with pre 1953 Aluminium Number Plate still affixed to the front Apron. Many years of sitting in the weather, had  finally taken its toll, but the bare bones still remained. Last heard this very rusted vehicle was taken to Scottsdale. – Alan Smith

5 comments

  1. admin - 21/09/2013 10:12 pm

    Nice dooer uppa. It would probably take me a coupla weeks to do up this one Alan :)

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    • Ellis French - 22/09/2013 2:25 pm

      A bit of roundup and cut and polish and away we go

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  3. Dingo Sharp - 28/09/2013 11:19 am

    Huh wit do they ussually say air in the tyres, abit of petrol and a battery and she turned over no worries, yea right.

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  4. Roger Grubert - 23/10/2013 10:25 am

    Was this ol’ Chev a hay burner – like it’s ancestor, the horse or did it swing -along using vines – like Tarzan. Heh, Heh, Heh – you can’t park it there.

    Gw

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