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1967 Kaiser Jeep M715 Pickup Truck

Based on the Jeep Gladiator made from 1962 to 1988, the M715 was the military version of the full-size Jeep pickup. Nicknamed "five-quarter" for its one-and-one-quarter hauling capacity, the M715 is the ultimate version of Gladiator.

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Rare Hot Wheels Chevrolet Camaro found that could be worth over $100,000
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The 1968 Custom Camaro was one of a handful of Enamel White prototypes for the original “Sweet 16” car that were never meant to be sold.

Designers painted the cars white near the end of the process to help spot imperfections, according to Magee, but the color was never offered on the production toy. He told Fox News Autos that insiders believe the designers brought the cars home for their kids to play with, so a few ended up in circulation.

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On 2/3/2020 at 8:32 AM, pipedreams said:

Buckminster Fuller's 1938 Dymaxion

 

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I liked the steerable rear wheel, but shuddered at the crash worthiness in a frontal collision.

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This is a 1931 Cadillac, once owned by Jean Harlow. A car collector my father worked for bought it around 1980. I once spent more than a week rubbing out the paint on this car for a car show in San Antonio. I was thirteen then. The pics just popped up on Facebook. I was surprised and pleased to see the old girl.

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4 minutes ago, Eric said:

This is a 1931 Cadillac, once owned by Jean Harlow. A car collector my father worked for bought it around 1980. I once spent more than a week rubbing out the paint on this car for a car show in San Antonio. I was thirteen then. The pics just popped up on Facebook. I was surprised and pleased to see the old girl.

@Rabbi

 

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Utterly magnificent!

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1 minute ago, Rabbi said:

Utterly magnificent!

Make a great ranch caddie.

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14 minutes ago, NPTim said:

Make a great ranch caddie.

Ha! The "Ranchallac!"

 

That thing was awesome.   

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On 2/10/2020 at 9:45 AM, deputy tom said:

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Wanna have a “bright lights” feud? I’ll show you bright lights!

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Look! An old Cadillac prototype that was designed to harvest and process pedestrians! It was aptly named Valkyrie.

 

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Damn!  That's like the opposite of a cow catcher.  I don't think the 'catcher' part was meant to be taken literally!

-Pat

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