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You HAVE to explain that one Shocked

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Hi Bob (F15)! Hi Folks!

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He be in TEXAS, he not have to explain nothing! Mr. Green

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What if we ask nicely Smile

At first I was thinking that the picture came from somewhere in the Balkins then I noticed the street sign above it and the cars in the background. Is this in El Paso?

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Looks like SOMEONE has an inordinate fondness for Mad Max movies. Mr. Green
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I think it started life as a late 70's Chevrolet Impala, but it got a serious chop job Laughing

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Why.

it's an EM38 UATV, a forerunner to the EM50 UAV, of course- the plans are in the hidden compartment inside the top drawer of Agent 86's desk at CONTROL HQ... Cool

Despite paramount performance, it was doomed by California's emission laws. Mr. Green

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I saw this picture at humor.fountaingateway....umor44.htm

No explanation Smile

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I like the run-flat tires on the front! Mr. Green
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You see a lot of these on the streets of BelAir... Wink
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You see a lot of these on the streets of BelAir... Wink


and Detroit?

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You see a lot of these on the streets of BelAir... Wink


and Detroit?

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Think "Chevrolet BelAir" (it´s a "pun" thang) Wink

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Actually I can see the residue of the extra chrome trim that made the Impala different from the Belair. And if you look real close on the fender in front of the passenger door you can see the impala leaping through the circle. Of course with that extended rear end and heavy duty suspension it may be more of a Wildebeast than an Impala now Wink

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Actually I can see the residue of the extra chrome trim that made the Impala different from the Belair. And if you look real close on the fender in front of the passenger door you can see the impala leaping through the circle. Of course with that extended rear end and heavy duty suspension it may be more of a Wildebeast than an Impala now Wink


Museum volunteers....fear them. Wink

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