Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" Blackberry Rescue 1977 Chevy 4 X 4

Blackberries were growing out of the cowl vent! Minor body damage, aside from the boomeranged tailgate. Look for further episodes of this truck as we get it off the trailer, clean it up a bit and see if it'll run.

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Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" Crusher Rescue 37 Chevy, 59 International and 48 GMC
We couldn't move fast enough to save them all, but we manged to save about 5 old trucks from the gruesome jaws of the crusher. Not to mention some miscellaneous parts and 3 Brownie overdrives.





1 of 3 75 Chevy half ton
It followed me home. Can I keep it? She told me it had been there since the previous October. What she didn't tell me was that it was TOWED there and hadn't run for 5 years. Had I known that, I woulda just taken the trailer to start with and got it running at home. Probably get one more shoot out of it before it becomes a parts unit.





Six bodies found in two cars pulled from Lake Foss, Oklahoma
Six bodies were discovered in two cars found on the bottom of Lake Foss in Oklahoma on Tuesday. The cars, both at least 40 years old, were discovered when the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Marine Enforcement division were conducting training sessions involving new sonar technology. Police pulled up a blue 1969 Camaro white top which matched the description of the car owned by Jimmy Williams, a 16-year-old last seen on November 20, 1970. Reports said he was heading to a football game with two friends, Thomas Rios and Leah Johnson, both 18, but their plans may have changed and they went for a hunting trip instead. No trace of the car, or any of their bodies, was found after that autumn evening. The three bodies in the Camaro are suspected to belong to the missing teenagers. The second car recovered was a 1957 Chevy and it also contained the remains of three people. Police first suspected that the car belonged to a couple last seen in Canute, a town about 10 miles south of the lake, some time in the 1960s. It was later believed, however, that the Chevy was owned by Alvi Porter, a 69-year-old man that went missing in 1969. His granddaughter, Debbie McManamman, said in a television interview that she believed the car to be her grandfather's green Chevy. It is not known who was in the car with him. The highway patrol discovered the vehicles on September 10, then went back on a diving mission to investigate. The cars, which were found next to each other, were pulled out on Tuesday. Internet users from the area have left comments on news sites speculating that the cars may have ended up in that part of the lake due to a particularly dangerous stretch of road near it. -------------------------------------------------------- TomoNews is your daily source for top animated news. We've combined animation and video footage with a snarky personality to bring you the biggest and best stories from around the world. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS





Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" 1957 GMC
For the entire "Project Whitey" playlist, go here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-5YzBia-1blxrICUjqczodnuWp1x6nk2 A 1957 GMC big widow Napco truck project that became a reason to have some fun. "57 GMC Runs Again" is the engine donor for this truck. We've decided to video document the process of turning the engine-less "Mighty Whitey" into a road worthy marvel, updating things for comfort and safety, and all the while keeping a tight budget. The end result is supposed to be a reliable cruiser with substantial off-road capabilities, and something that we needn't worry about getting a scratch on. Keep checking back as we add episodes building both "Mighty Whitey" and showing other Redneck Restorations on "This Old Truck".




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