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FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 11 Dec 2009 20:15 #18654

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Whos got something old in the front of there place? probably make good topic i thought so i had better have a front yard blitz so to speak since i had a spare rusty ford blitz, i grabbed the dodge and after much pulling, pushing and winching we achieved this look ;Di will put all the missing bits back on and some solar lights in cab for that creepy look at night! the missus has not seen what i have done yet,and i only cut down two trees and ripped up 30 mtrs of lawn ;D..........so lets have pics of what we see at your place on arrival?
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Re: FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 06 Jan 2010 17:18 #18655

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Damn that looks cool man

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Re: FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 16 Jan 2010 10:33 #18656

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What a great piece of garden art :)

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Re: FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 16 Jan 2010 12:26 #18657

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I call'em garden gnomes, I've got a few.

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Re: FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 17 Jan 2010 06:23 #18658

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Thanks for posting this - we used to have front yard blitzs (well, they were known as Ford or Chevrolet Canada in Israel) around in the 60s and the 70s but sadly the scrap thieves got them all ages ago :'(

Cheers,

T

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Re: FRONTYARD BLITZ!! 17 Jan 2010 09:58 #18659

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Hmm, too much garden art is not approved of here :( have to limit it to small stuff ;)



I really just bought it as a spare door for the '40 , but you know these things are best when stored properly ;D

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