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d500neil
Posted 2010-10-18 5:07 PM (#246076)
Subject: Halloween Party???



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Anyone want to post up their scariest (rusted out/damaged) photos of their cars?



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djMikulec
Posted 2010-10-18 6:30 PM (#246093 - in reply to #246076)
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I guess I'll start things off ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 2010-10-18 8:01 PM (#246110 - in reply to #246076)
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safetymike77
Posted 2010-10-18 8:27 PM (#246113 - in reply to #246076)
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Hmmm.... I wouldn't mind that rusty set of fins there poking up out of my yard kinda like that front end I got.
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Posted 2010-10-18 8:44 PM (#246115 - in reply to #246076)
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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2010-10-19 9:09 AM (#246171 - in reply to #246093)
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Oh great ! You ask for rust bucket pictures and they are all on my home computer on the
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1960DesotoAdventurer
Posted 2010-10-19 9:48 AM (#246175 - in reply to #246171)
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For a Forward Look Halloween rust is the scariest monster of all!
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Posted 2010-10-19 10:41 AM (#246180 - in reply to #246175)
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djMikulec
Posted 2010-10-19 10:53 AM (#246183 - in reply to #246180)
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57burb - 2010-10-19 10:41 AM...

 

Ouch! 

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1960DesotoAdventurer
Posted 2010-10-19 1:55 PM (#246201 - in reply to #246076)
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What about a scariest Forward Look front end contest?

Cast your vote!,which Forward Look would you least like to run across in a dark alley?

Of course Christine is the number one choice,but my vote goes for the 1959 Dodge...it looks like it's been having a bad day ...or perhaps heard a disparaging clown comparison...and you'd best leave it alone!

It's also been said that children whose parents owned '59's used to check under the bed for custom royals at night!

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59CRL
Posted 2010-10-19 2:12 PM (#246203 - in reply to #246201)
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What about a scariest Forward Look front end contest?

Cast your vote!,which Forward Look would you least like to run across in a dark alley?

Of course Christine is the number one choice,but my vote goes for the 1959 Dodge...it looks like it's been having a bad day ...or perhaps heard a despariging clown comparison...and you'd best leave it alone!

It's also been said that children whose parents owned '59's used to check under the bed for custom royals at night! :laugh:



59 Dodge for me too!!
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luedi
Posted 2010-10-19 2:30 PM (#246204 - in reply to #246076)
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Posted 2010-10-19 8:08 PM (#246249 - in reply to #246076)
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Some saved photos from my computer...



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imopar380
Posted 2010-10-19 11:16 PM (#246271 - in reply to #246076)
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This photo was taken in around January, 1976 - I had owned the Polara for about 15 months, was driving home one day when a guy backed out of his driveway in front of me. The headlight pot disintegrated as it was very rusty and had been given a quickie bondo job at some point before I bought the car. The chrome headlight door flew off and landed on the ground, undamaged. The insurance company looked after it all - the bumper got straightened and replated I got an NOS park light housing and lens, the stainless steel strip and panel above the bumper got straightened out and polished and is still on the car today. The fender was toast, and this was really the only serious rust on the car = both front fenders over the headlights. I managed to get two rust free fenders from Arizona. At the time, my sister-in-law's parents used to winter in Apache Junction and so I wrote him and asked him to see if he could find any fenders for me in area auto wreckers. He found good ones within a few days, and carried them on his roof rack back to BC for me, on top of a 1966 Meteor Montcalm four door hardtop. The insurance company paid for one of them plus paid my sister in law's father for carrying them here. The car is now owned by my good friend Ron Wenzel, bottom photo.

PS - the fenders were $35.00 each from the auto wrecker... which seems cheap even for 1976 standards.

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55BlueHeron
Posted 2010-10-20 2:42 PM (#246336 - in reply to #246076)
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Scary? Yes. Rusted? No. Damaged? I think it would be a rare person who thought this was an improvement!

I took these pictures about a year ago. I don't know if it is a Chry Royce or a Rolls Sler.

Stanford



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55BlueHeron
Posted 2010-10-20 2:45 PM (#246337 - in reply to #246076)
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I didn't even notice until I posted it, but the name on the back is "rollsler".
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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2010-10-20 3:03 PM (#246338 - in reply to #246336)
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Should I ever become Dictator, the person who did this will be located and appropriately
dealt with. (insert evil laugh here)
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sonoramicconvert
Posted 2010-10-20 4:29 PM (#246350 - in reply to #246076)
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I think I'll just glue it back together



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58 DESOTOS RULE
Posted 2010-10-20 6:20 PM (#246379 - in reply to #246076)
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I've never seen a frame broken in half like that before. I wonder how that happened as the car appears to be up on blocks with no contact  with damp earth.
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Posted 2010-10-20 6:28 PM (#246382 - in reply to #246076)
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Pity the person put such a tacky item on a cool 1957-8 Chrysler wagon. It looks like it was in pretty good shape otherwise. And what's the little running light on the left side about? Presumably there is an identical light on the right side that is not visible in the picture. I've never seen this light before on a wagon. Was that an option for Chrysler or something dreamed up by the customiser?

 





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55BlueHeron
Posted 2010-10-20 7:19 PM (#246389 - in reply to #246076)
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Up close those lights on the side were clearly tacked on. No modification looked professionally done.
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Great Lakes Belv
Posted 2010-10-20 8:25 PM (#246397 - in reply to #246076)
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Some Michigan swamp cars, 45 years in the woods can be rough on sheet metal. I think these cars would just disintegrate if moving them was attempted.



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Posted 2010-10-20 9:52 PM (#246406 - in reply to #246076)
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The picture (59 swamp plym.jpg) reminds me of how I found my car. But there wasn't any water, it was just thick, hardened in places mud. It was sunk down so I had to dig it out, put it on a block with a board under it and then change the tire to get it to roll. Damage wasn't as bad as it should have been, so I guess I was lucky.
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MoparBrew
Posted 2010-10-21 10:09 AM (#246458 - in reply to #246076)
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The swamp cars are cool, Mother Nature just reclaiming what was once hers.

Here's my scariness. My engine before rebuild and my floorboards.



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soiouz
Posted 2010-10-21 10:51 AM (#246465 - in reply to #246076)
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Not my own car, but this 1957 Chrysler airport limo I spotted in a local junkyard Tuesday is pretty scary:







Some other scary cars from the same place in this thread:

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=33205&...
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d500neil
Posted 2010-10-21 2:37 PM (#246489 - in reply to #246076)
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David, I think that that IS the scariest-condition 'complete' car that I've ever seen!

It wasn't crushed; it is dissolving into the ground!



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Posted 2010-10-21 2:46 PM (#246491 - in reply to #246489)
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Holy SH!T !!!!!! Now THAT is bad ! WOW !!!!!
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soiouz
Posted 2010-10-21 2:50 PM (#246494 - in reply to #246076)
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Haha, yeah, it's in a sorry shape for sure. I gazed at it for a while trying to figure out how it could end up so badly twisted. I wonder if the structure of the airport limo could be part of the explanation.. It might have been "moved" in the yard by a bulldozer at some point too I guess.


The roof rack could still be used, though!




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Posted 2010-10-21 3:40 PM (#246499 - in reply to #246465)
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soiouz - 2010-10-21 10:51 AM

Not my own car, but this 1957 Chrysler airport limo I spotted in a local junkyard Tuesday is pretty scary:





Some other scary cars from the same place in this thread:

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=33205&...

I love limuosiner Why did I not know this earlier I would have done first aid.

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Posted 2010-10-21 3:46 PM (#246500 - in reply to #246076)
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This was what was left of my plymouths floor before I had it replaced....



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Posted 2010-10-23 3:10 PM (#246736 - in reply to #246076)
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How many miles are on that limo? It would make a good restore project Honestly though, is that a radio delete plate on there? I may be interested in that if it were cheeaaap.
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Posted 2010-10-23 6:59 PM (#246757 - in reply to #246076)
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Airport limo WINS!! I am scared!....but it is cool lawn art just the same....Ralph from Brooklyn
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Posted 2010-10-23 7:25 PM (#246762 - in reply to #246736)
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Fanbladeus - 2010-10-23 3:10 PM

How many miles are on that limo? It would make a good restore project Honestly though, is that a radio delete plate on there? I may be interested in that if it were cheeaaap.


Yes it is. Next time I go to that yard, I'll ask for it and let you know.
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Posted 2010-10-23 7:27 PM (#246763 - in reply to #246762)
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heres my scariest that i have pics of



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Posted 2010-10-23 10:26 PM (#246792 - in reply to #246076)
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And all those wannabe's think Christine is a scary movie.

The airport limo from The Creature From Quebec ranks among the scariest imagery I've ever seen and,
tonight, I'm sleeping with the lights on!

Seriously, a bunch of pimpley teens armed with flashlights (and an unsteady camera) stumble upon Le Monstre...
Part Terminator, part, It Came From Planet Ex, you oughta make a movie!

TG



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Posted 2010-11-08 10:14 AM (#248708 - in reply to #246792)
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Might as well join my own 'party'.

These images were taken in the fall of '07 , after I had
attempted to back Horrie around a friend's circular
driveway, but only managed to drive him into a corner
of his protruding garage.

Fortunately, the garage fared better than did the car.

BTW, the King of Trim straightened-out the mooshed
side moldings to like-new condition (!), as the final
photo reveals.




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Posted 2010-11-08 1:19 PM (#248722 - in reply to #246076)
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That is really scary, seeing as it happened to a nice car. And you really do have a great Dodge there Neil...
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Posted 2010-11-08 1:29 PM (#248727 - in reply to #248722)
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So Neil, can you describe for us the feeling you had as that door metal gave out that
distinctive groan and you realized that you had just really f!cked up ?

..... that moment when you urgently wish that you could hit the rewind button and
have a "do over" ....
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Posted 2010-11-08 2:09 PM (#248729 - in reply to #248727)
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Neil, I hope you made an insurance claim on that one! Hope you had a good adjuster
It took you quite a while to get up the courage to post this one! - but we've all done things we'd rather not let anyone know about.

I backed my newly chromed rear bumper against a stationery object in April..... took me a month and nearly $600.00 to get it straightened, re-plated and back on the car. I got it back from the shop, the first time, in 2 weeks and when I bolted it on the plating started to peel around the bolts. I took it right back and the shop admitted it must not have been cleaned properly between the nickel and chrome plating steps. Another 2 weeks and I had it back again, that time it was fine. It's not the only rear bumper I've done that to..... I once backed my 1962 300 into a fire hydrant in a mall parking lot.

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d500neil
Posted 2010-11-08 2:30 PM (#248730 - in reply to #248729)
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You, know---I don't think that I did make a Collision claim on this event, altho I do carry a $250.00 deductible
on that coverage!

How I felt, right afterward?

Numb & pissed, but I immediately looked at the challenge involved in getting him fixed (repaired); maybe that was why
I didn't make a claim for Horrie's repair---wanted to punish myself, properly.

But, MAN...all I was doing was backing-up (in the dark), and turning, in that circular driveway, in a manner that I thought
replicated the maneuver that I made in going into that driveway, in the daylight.

What was really intimidating, right afterward, was the fact that the car was precisely wedged into the corner of the garage, so
that he didn't want to go forward, or further backwards.

Ended up cranking the wheel full-left and scrunching-away from the garage.

Now, if the garage had significant damage, I would have made a claim, for it's repair, but it was basically un-damaged.






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d500neil
Posted 2010-11-08 2:37 PM (#248732 - in reply to #246076)
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Ian, I also backed H. into a concrete filled steel parking post, a few years ago, and put a 'nice' dent into the middle
of the rear bumper.

This same body shop was able to pound-out the dent (good quality long-ago rechroming work) so that you can barely see
the outline of that impact impression, and the chrome surface is fine on the bumper.





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Posted 2010-11-08 4:36 PM (#248756 - in reply to #246076)
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I couldn't resist...

 

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Posted 2010-11-08 5:09 PM (#248760 - in reply to #248732)
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Ian, I also backed H. into a concrete filled steel parking post, a few years ago, and put a 'nice' dent into the middle
of the rear bumper.

This same body shop was able to pound-out the dent (good quality long-ago rechroming work) so that you can barely see
the outline of that impact impression, and the chrome surface is fine on the bumper.


This is what happens to our cars when we use them as drivers - but we have the satisfaction of driving them - they ain't trailer queens, and we're not afraid of things like this, we get back on our feet, get 'em repaired, and keep driving. The stationery object I backed the Saratoga into was the front bumper guard of a late model Chebby 3/4 ton pickup.... no damage at all to that one
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Posted 2010-11-08 6:22 PM (#248774 - in reply to #246076)
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59 Custom Royal 2 door hardtop meets 50s Cadillac (T-boned). This apparently happened back in the 60s and the guy changed the right rear tire and drove it 200 miles home. Scary!!!



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Lancer Mike
Posted 2023-10-31 10:03 PM (#632542 - in reply to #246076)
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Happy Halloween!  I love to revive these old dead threads!



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Posted 2023-11-01 9:08 AM (#632549 - in reply to #246076)
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Thanks for reviving this spooky thread!!!

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Lancer Mike
Posted 2023-11-01 9:15 PM (#632557 - in reply to #632549)
Subject: Re: Halloween Party???



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Love it!  Zombie Dodge!

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57burb
Posted 2023-11-02 10:57 AM (#632561 - in reply to #632557)
Subject: Re: Halloween Party???



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Boo!

(the pic is black and orange, lol)



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Lancer Mike
Posted 2023-11-02 10:05 PM (#632576 - in reply to #632561)
Subject: Re: Halloween Party???



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Such a cool 'Toga!  It's great to see an image of that again.

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56 Royal 500
Posted 2023-11-20 10:37 PM (#632808 - in reply to #246076)
Subject: RE: Halloween Party???


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A little late, but a good spooky picture!



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