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What’s your favorite piece of Memorabilia sitting in your garage?

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I saw a Mobilgas sign when looking at @dieselfan1 picture of his back window sticker and it gave me this idea...do you have something unique or that just makes you smile (other than your vehicle) sitting in your garage? I have a few but this is my favorite...two girls on their way to a “sock hop” asked if they could get a picture with it, of course I obliged 😁   ***Mods, please move this thread if needed, I didn't know where to post it...thanks***

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I've have a dwell meter in the back somewhere left over from a recent original 64 elcamino. And some personalize plates from some of the toys of the past. Two 12 inch base speakers that were in the back of the trail blazer ss. My son had it for one summer, I got it back with an ear splitting stereo. A present for the use of the car and bald tires. A few intakes left over form cold air conversions before I knew better. I need to clean out the garage.


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I have a Dale Earnhardt T shirt from the Rock      

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i have a couple old coke machines from the 60s

 

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7 minutes ago, 14tungstenLT said:

i have a couple old coke machines from the 60s

 

Pics? I'm a Coke Florida technician and love this shit

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The back window, tailgate band, and steering wheel from my first truck, a 1981 GMC Sierra Classic. I had changed the steering wheel out, so I made a plaque for it and mounted it on my wall.  After I wrecked it :tear:, I took the back window out because it was hanging and about to fall out. After one night in the junkyard, someone went and stole things out of it and off of it, so I took off pretty much everything that I could unbolt. I had the window and tailgate band stored in an old shed at my parents' house, pretty much forgotten about. My dad was tearing down the shed a while back and asked if I remembered that they were in there. Told him I wasn't sure what I would do with them, and he suggested this. I love it.

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5 minutes ago, DominatorZ71 said:

Pics? I'm a Coke Florida technician and love this shit

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Sun timing light.

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got a camo hat signed by Greg Hackney!.... but really my whole garage i like...everything in it has a story!!!.. every piece...

 

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1 minute ago, Crstfr said:

got a camo hat signed by Greg Hackney!.... but really my whole garage i like...everything in it has a story!!!.. every piece...

 

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LOVE, LOVE. LOVE it! That's what I'm talking about right there!!!!!!

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Timing light. Dwell meter and a gas analyzer. Assorted Whitworth tools. I sell a kid for a functional SUN distributor machine. (one of yours, not mine :lol: ) Oh, four port mercury CARB stick! Butterflies give me butterflies.

 

Pride and Joys are a 10L South Bend Lathe made a year before I was born. A 194* 12" Covell surface grinder.

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This is a great idea for a thread! Love the pictures, will take some this weekend and post.

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Unfortunately my current contribution to this thread would be all my salvageable belongings after my house flooded.

 

But I do have some of my grandfather's old plates on the wall.

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My DD-214. 

Thank you for your service!


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