Wtf! Anyone seen this before
#1
Anyone seen this before? It's actually funny. I pulled my carpet expecting to see my floor pans maybe a patch job. Apparently someone got confused. I give you the cake pan... Apparently someone thought a pan was a pan
Really...,Duh


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09 Dodge Challenger RT
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73 Mach 1 (parts car)
73 Mach 1
71 mustang (Mach 1 clone)
93 F250 4X4 with 351 5.8L v8
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#2
Oh yeah, necessity is the mother of invention. But that is definitely REDNECK! I actually believe it was a broiler pan for an oven at one time. Sign0175 I've seen people use anything metal, from cookie sheets to old license plates. JTS 71 Mach1
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2008 Mustang V6 5 speed "Diablo Sport Predator" tuner, 87 octane tune. WOW!
1994 Ford F150 Shortbed
1986 Honda 450 Rebel
1995 Honda Pacific Coast
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#3
All I could do was laugh when I saw it.. Still chuckle thinking about it hidden under the Carpet
Central Oklahoma

09 Dodge Challenger RT
63 Chevy stepside, straight 6, 3 on the tree
73 Mach 1 (parts car)
73 Mach 1
71 mustang (Mach 1 clone)
93 F250 4X4 with 351 5.8L v8
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#4
Check your shift fork, you might find one with four prongs.
'71 mach, M-code 4SPD
'03 P-71 interceptor
'04 P-71 interceptor
02 superduty V-10

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Yep on the floor of a 4x4 Suzuki.
                                   
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#6
I would not throw it away...it would make a nice holder for nuts, bolts, bearings, springs, and other miscellaneous small parts when tearing something down. Clean it up, paint it red and put a Snap-On sticker on it. Nice find!
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#7
That's for catching all the rust and keep your drive way clean. Standard equipment on Chevy's
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(02-24-2015, 12:00 AM)mrmach1 Wrote: That's for catching all the rust and keep your drive way clean. Standard equipment on Chevy's

ThmbsupThmbsupThmbsup Now that's funny!
"We built these cars to drive the "HELL" out of them, not to be museum pieces!"  Carroll Shelby

2008 Mustang V6 5 speed "Diablo Sport Predator" tuner, 87 octane tune. WOW!
1994 Ford F150 Shortbed
1986 Honda 450 Rebel
1995 Honda Pacific Coast
1989 Jacobra / Jag xjs
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#9
MustangMike has the right idea....... I found one similar to that made of steel in the trash. I laid some of those flat refrigerator magnets in the bottom and I use it when rebuilding carburetors and taking apart electrical stuff. The magnets hold onto small steel parts like carb check balls and small screws. There's nothing more aggravating than losing a tiny part when you're re-assembling something.
'71 mach, M-code 4SPD
'03 P-71 interceptor
'04 P-71 interceptor
02 superduty V-10

"They all run away when the Clevelands come out to play"
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(02-24-2015, 01:01 AM)gxr02190 Wrote: MustangMike has the right idea....... I found one similar to that made of steel in the trash. I laid some of those flat refrigerator magnets in the bottom and I use it when rebuilding carburetors and taking apart electrical stuff. The magnets hold onto small steel parts like carb check balls and small screws. There's nothing more aggravating than losing a tiny part when you're re-assembling something.

Not trying to hijack this thread but a great little item to retain small parts can be found at your local fabric store. I have what looks like a plastic soap dish that has a magnet inside it. Designed for seamstresses to hold needles and pins. Great for small parts. Dave R.
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