Monday, April 2, 2018

What Am I? Can You Handle This?

It is Monday morning...Easter Monday on the 2nd day of the Octave of Easter to be precise...and we've got another great What Am I? puzzle for y'all.



What am I? Comments below.

17 comments:

  1. Looks like Chevrolet Sprint or its variants.

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  2. My guess is an interior door handle on a first generation Maxzda RX7

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  3. gotcha ...3099 - and i'll leave it at that - nice photos

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    1. Hah! You are CORRECT sirr!!!!!!!!!! -- Ed McMahon.

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    2. You may we’ll ask: How do you get there? Let me tell you friends, you take the Golden State Freeway to the San Diego Freeway to the Ventura Freeway. Take the Slauson Cutoff, stop, get out of the car, cut off your Slauson, get back in the car, then you drive six miles to the fork in the road.

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    3. It's a little trickier now that 3099 is vacant. Right across the street from my place of employment. Sad, but at least 6565 > 3099. Oh, and plain Oh's are preferable to Tore-Aunts, apparently.

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    4. what are you actually talking about, by the way?

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    5. ok, 11 seconds later i figured it out - Toyota moved its US HQ from Torrance, CA to Plano, TX in 2014 - what it has to do with 3099 and 6565 o_O the address?

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    6. CFlo - If you get a chance go over to World Racing @ 2170 W 190th St, Torrance.
      I am guessing it it very close to where you work?
      The owner is Named Chris Rado and his team builds some really cool stuff.
      Here is one of his cars.
      Twin Turbo Mercedes SLS AMG
      I got to go on some joy rides in a few of his cars. Pretty insane

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  4. 84-88 Toyota truck

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  5. So I missed it....what is a 3099?

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    1. identifying the vehicle without revealing the answer - party on’n’on ‘n’on on’n’on, the what am i don’t stop until the break o’ dawn

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  6. I knew it was a Toyota pickup or other Toyota of the eighties so I looked at them and it's a 1986 Toyota pickup door panel.

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    1. yep, 86 - came back to post the link but it appears to be gone - will take one more look

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    2. It's the same panel stamp as the '86 and close to all of them from '80 to '86. The door release is the same as years of Toyotas. This truck sold above $15k ! I would have kept mine if not for the rust in the first 4 years in Ohio.

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