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     Monday Feb 26 10:21 AM

The underground ballet.

elSicomoro  Tuesday Feb 27 08:28 PM

There's a Ford dealership in Taylorville, Illinois that has something similar...except that they have two old Ford F-150s partially buried in the ground.

elSicomoro  Tuesday Feb 27 08:34 PM


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[Edited by sycamore on 02-27-2001 at 08:38 PM]

  Tuesday Feb 27 09:05 PM

Nice catch!

elSicomoro  Wednesday Feb 28 12:01 AM


My cousin used to live near there. (Taylorville is a small town about 90 miles north of St. Louis.) I took him over to his job there one day (he had moved there recently)...and the first time I saw that, I nearly lost it. This was about 6 or 7 years ago. And quite honestly, it's probably the most exciting thing in Taylorville...other than cruising Courthouse Square on the weekends. ;-)

  Wednesday Feb 28 07:29 AM

do they dig them up every year to give them fresh undercoating?

(no, not them, the trucks!!)

elSicomoro  Friday Mar 2 09:34 PM

Originally posted by Scred
do they dig them up every year to give them fresh undercoating?

(no, not them, the trucks!!)
Good question! They always looked nice and shiny when I saw them, so I'd imagine that they're touched up here and there. Not to mention, since they're partially underground, I would think that they'd have to be dug up occasionally to check for rust or structural damage.

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