Mad Max Ranchero

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by Oculto, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. Oculto

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    Hmmm, I know that look wouldn't fly in my line of work....
     
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    Only 72's should be customized like that...;)
     
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    The video said that some of this guys work has been used in Breaking Bad....wonder which ones...
     
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    If I met him, I wonder if I could hold back the desire to snap a padlock on those two rings on his face.
     
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    Poor Ranchero, even for a 77-79. I understand the reason for wanting to do the mods to the vehicle, but what would make you want to do all that shit to your face, with the lip/nose rings and such. For me, he and his ride are "different", that is for sure.
     
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    The nose ring is part of 'sissy' culture. It is where the S/M 'master' attaches the leash.
    Across the bay from me they do the whole thing in public.
    He is probably 'owned' by several guys, and that supports his lifestyle.
     
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    Don't understand looking like ya fell face first into my fishing tackle box but if he's happy good for him. Bet Ribald has him pegged correct. If you happen to pass thru our area, stop in and check out our appocalipse vehicle collection. Our group just acquired another huge collection from Gerald Creely over in Tupelo, Mississippi. Looks like we need a bigger building now ! The logistics of moving his big toys is staggering, I just about bet I could do that haul trip blindfolded. Anyway, search on Google or Youtube for ( Sam H. Werner Military Collection ) Trying to do this museum right the first time.
     
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    Burning Man for the gearhead.
     
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    If that is all true, what a wasted and/or fuq'd up life he lives. I can only imagine how proud his parent are, heck they probably facilitated all his "screwy-ness" by not giving him a good ass beating when he deserved it, now his 'master' does it. I feel scummy just typing and/or discussing this....SICK MF'ers out there.
     
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    If you ever want to get real sick (don't do it on an full stomach) look up the "Up your back alley" event that happens in SF every year.
     
  12. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    Amen to that. !!
     
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    No, No, No......No Way. John, You need to get outta there while you still can! Wonder if they'll ever have a "trigger-happy" incident at that event :cool:, would possibly be just a waste of good ammo(sounds heart-less but oh well).
     
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    Not likely to be any ammunition wasted, no normal person could look at what is going on long enough to aim.
    No need to leave either, they stay in their outdoor asylum.
    The only vermin that give me any grief here are the ones wandering off the other outdoor asylum, Berkeley. It would not surprise me in the least if someone went in there and thinned the herd, not by someone like me, more likely one of their own.
     
  15. Oculto

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    Wow, I'm really sorry I posted that link. It wasn't my intention to offend anyone.:(
     
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    Nobody is offended, at least as far as I know.
    We are just discussing the cultural diversity that exists today.
     
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    I'm with you on that 1
     
  18. FordR500GT

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    No one is offended. This happens all the time:rolleyes:
     
  19. Oculto

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    Good to hear, I was worried. Thank you:rolleyes:
     
  20. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    Welcome to the club, I see your in break in mode. No worries it's all in fun.
     

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