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    Also here is a few of a elk hunt in 1954 in Alberta, the person in the picture is C.T Blackwell who passed away in 2007, and the family gave me the antlers of the elk to get them redone, they are now on my wall for all the people that pass through here to see. not sure on the score but it huge.


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    Not hunting related but my dads truck is 60 years old now, it?s an original 4WD 1958 Chevy Apache. He?s had it for 47 years and done everything with it from daily driving, racing, hunting, he even used to pull his backhoe around town with it. It?s had lots of different engines over the years: LS6 454, 396, 350, 427 and now a blown 509 Big block. Here is a pic of it in the early 2000?s at the track with the blower engine. That engine is back in it now and is around 1000 HP. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here?s a close up of the engine.


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    That is pretty cool. 1000 hp seems unreal. Grandparents bought a pair of new 58 cameos they still have and running mostly but not like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Againstthewind View Post
    That is pretty cool. 1000 hp seems unreal. Grandparents bought a pair of new 58 cameos they still have and running mostly but not like that.
    It does seem like a lot. Imagine 509 cubic inches at 7500 rpm

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    dad fishing yellowstone river inside the park 1933 or 34 after he got out of the navy
    only have a few hunting photos, theyre from 1890s but back east, tin types are little from west back then, hard to see who is in them.

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    A Pic. of my Great Grand Father and a Friend after a Hunt.....

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    The remains of an old car or truck I found way back in the mountains of NV. I'll never know how the got it so far back in there. I also found the remains of a shovel so maybe they were never able to get it out if they got stuck.
    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    This has turned out to be a Great thread. Thanks everyone for participating
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.Y.ArcheryMadMan View Post
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