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Dr_Rambow's likes6 of 26Trench Art Ashtray and Lighter with original boxPaint Box of Artist's watercolors made by G.C. Osborne
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    Posted 11 years ago

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    yea i know more rusty stuff but i just couldn t leave it there .the little guy on the right shoulder wins alot i think in cases like this but i did look this car up and it was a nice toy back than and even goes for about 900 to 1200 in the box , wonder if i can sell it for parts .lol another one to set in the rust pile

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    1. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 11 years ago
      I love it the way it is. Don't look like there is any parts left to salvage! I have a 1939 house, and I would stick it in the flower bed by the front door and let plants grow up through the windows. I have the same car, and matching travel trailer. In just a little better condition.
    2. Dr_Rambow Dr_Rambow, 11 years ago
      I'd say remove that active orange/red rust, then stabilize the rest of the steel with oil or what have you and you'll have a neat decorator piece. Now I've never tried this with metal, but maybe shellack (or some other clear coat) the thing to hold in that nice brown patina. In any case, you really can't hurt the value, so have some fun and make it the way you want it!

      You could always play Dr Frankenstein in the metal work shop to try to bring it back to life. New patched bumper here, replaced grille there, even add your own flair if your feeling creative. Might turn into a neat "folk art" type of piece when your done too. The only limit is your imagination (and possibly your free time :P).

    3. stonesfan1 stonesfan1, 11 years ago
      thanks all for the loves and likes and the comments
    4. pickingupbones pickingupbones, 11 years ago
      I got a wyondoyte ambulance I dug out the ashes under a boiling pot. No tires and rusty and I love it as I found it

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