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Discussion in 'Utah Flyway Forum' started by Josh Noble, Jul 23, 2013.
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Here is a not really that old pic of Pintail Flats @ Ogden Bay. You know it is old kind of old because of the following: I have hair, my boy is 14, there is a wood prop on my airboat? but the best way to tell it is old is because there is no PHRAG. For those that know the area, this pic was taken about ? mile west of where the south flow comes out. We could not keep the Gadwalls away on this day. Fast forward 8 years (pic was taken in 2005) and you cannot drive a boat through most of this area, as it is 98% phrag
Man oh Man...how things have changed in a big BAD way.
That ol'blue cooler.
Browns Park 1974
Dang, that's reaching back a few years!
Silver Surfer - Dude - that is a sweet looking truck! I still love that body style. A certasin somebody that is a rgular on this forum used to pull his airboat around the "hood" with a 72 Chev - that was a sweet looking ride
Great picture SS!!!
That 70 Blazer was the first money pit. I got it for $1,800. and put more that $3,500. into it. Let see Double shocks all-around, extra leaf spring to get a 3" lift, axles braces, 1100x15 tires white spoke rims, full roll cage, 6 aircraft landing lights, front end guard, heavy rear bumper you could put a jack under, roof rack, rear tire carrier that carried 5 gal of fuel and handle man jack. The engine was was a 350 that I added fueler heads 10.5 piston, alum. manifold, 750 double pump holly dual exhaust. I build a custom dash panel that all the gauges, as well and oak wood panels. That motor would hold 8000 rpm for ever. There was a gun rack in both side window and a hidden one that always had my 10/22 in it that was behind the front roll cage. No power steering or brake or a/c. I had a 14" foam steering wheel. That truck would do 125 mph. I would trade my 96 impala ss to have another one like it.