Nemo HAS lost a lot of weight & has become low rider

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  1. andrewok1

    andrewok1 In Maximum Overdrive SILVER MEMBER GOLD MEMBER

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    lots of parts missing
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    These appears to be a classic case of "taking one for the team".
     
  3. TestDummy

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    Drive it around Detroit another winter and it'll lose another 200 lbs between rust and stuff falling off after hitting potholes.
     
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  4. HuevosRanchero

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    poor old thing
     
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    THINKING ABOUT MAKING A SWAMP BUGGY OUT IT
     
  6. 1965 Ranchero 66G

    1965 Ranchero 66G In Maximum Overdrive PLATINUM MEMBER

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    Gator chaser. !!!
     
  7. aquartlow

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    Time for it's final trip...…... to the crusher to reclaim a few $$. Pics do it little justice, seen it in person and having/getting a tetanus shot better be tops on your list before touching it :p, just amazed how rust took it's toll on Nemo. I must say I do like the lowrider look.
     
  8. 72GTVA

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    Couldn't you put it in the sinkhole with the mower? Gotta fill it with sumthun...
     
  9. Carl Steinbarger

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    I see parts to remove before ditching.. Steering wheel and column, wiring, headlites and surrounds and I'm sure other small parts...
     

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