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col pic. i grew up in oakland, i wonder where this "waldo" tunnel is or if the current Caldecot tunel had a name change. {or if this is even oakland ca.} dangimstoned.

The tunnel officially is now known as the Robin Williams Tunnel (previously and informally referred to as the Waldo Tunnel) is located at the highest elevation on US 101/SR 1 along the Waldo Grade. The first bore of the tunnel was completed in 1937 and the second in 1954.
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Poorly.
with the right foot and a prayer!

its 4 wd,i love it
probably a bit too low to take off roading
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Hey that looks like my grandpa's house !!!
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265 Small block chevy!!!!

First year of the small block. If I remember right it was one of the first engines featured that made 1 HP per cubic inch with bolt on's. That was a big deal back then.

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heading to woodstock... or just waiting in line to get to the gas station?
I've literally seen similar pics for both.
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My "new" Tractor. 1957 Allis Chalmers with John Deere bucket system!! My wife loading up some fire wood, well....someone has to run the tractor
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So where do you get the hydraulics?
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My "new" Tractor. 1957 Allis Chalmers with John Deere bucket system!! My wife loading up some fire wood, well....someone has to run the tractor
That bad boy might have been built right here in Topeka!


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So where do you get the hydraulics?
They were either onboard already or a PTO pump.

If you wanna see crazy hydraulics, search YouTube for the Green Rock Dawg...
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THIS IS NOW A VOLKSWAGEN THREAD AGAIN!
Quickly changed to a bathtub thread....







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Quickly changed to a bathtub thread....
I dont comprehend a difference... just flip the vw over and fill with water

On a side note, @schwim should be slapping me for not getting a pic of the VW boneyard out in Moab. Probably 100+ dubs in various states of junked
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