Last Call- Size Matters Edition

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When it comes to trucks, it’s usually considered that those taking up the most parking spaces are the ones not filling their BVDs, if you get what I mean. If that is actually the case, then the owner of this amazing extra giant size Power Wagon must be endowed like a new born on a cold winter day.

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23 responses to “Last Call- Size Matters Edition”

  1. Batshitbox Avatar

    I love that thing. I love that it actually runs and drives.
    But, hey! This is Last Call, and to derail the topic right off the bat… I love it when an automobile is restored not for the sake of the automobile, but for some coincidental reason. Like this 1964 Econoline
    [youtube 2HSi135gR7k youtube]
    Originally an advertising vehicle, restored by an Amateur (Ham) Radio operator/collector not for his love of Econolines, but for his love of Collins radio equipment. Hams are the most DIY positive characters, even the music for this video was contributed by a fellow Ham.

    1. dukeisduke Avatar

      My first boss at my company worked for Collins Radio for a short time. He said he left "…before Art Collins drove it off a cliff". I also was friends with the guy (Fred Johnson) who was the chief engineer for Collins, and moved with them from Cedar Rapids to Richardson years ago. He passed away a few years ago.

    2. Mike England Avatar
      Mike England

      That was awesome. Even the music was cool.

  2. name_too_long Avatar

    Belongs to Abu Dhabi's Rainbow Sheikh:

  3. Rover1 Avatar

    Meh,,the true test of a scale model COLLECTION is it's size. How many of that scale are you going to be able to collect?
    I'll stick to my 1/18 and 1/43 thanks. 😉

    1. Kris_01 Avatar

      Jesus, what scale would that be – 16/1?
      Personally, I collect 1/24 and 1/87 with a very small, mostly Eastern European smattering of 1/43 and 1/64.

      1. dukeisduke Avatar

        Clarkson says it's 64/1.

        1. austinminiman Avatar

          Which… it isn't. It would be 1,152 ft long if that were true. It's big, but not fifth of a mile big. I would guess it's about 100ft long, so a roughly 4/1 or 5/1 model.

          1. dukeisduke Avatar

            I guess math isn't Clarkson's thing.

  4. Dean Bigglesworth Avatar
    Dean Bigglesworth

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    Mein kopf ist broken. Must sleep.

    1. wisc47 Avatar

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      So is this just a thing we're doing now?

      1. wunno sev Avatar
        wunno sev

        i like that mr cage articulates the nature of his concern
        it's not very obvious just looking at him what could be so upsetting

      2. Dean Bigglesworth Avatar
        Dean Bigglesworth

        It could be a thing.
        This is Last Call after all.
        Should this be a thing?

          1. Dean Bigglesworth Avatar
            Dean Bigglesworth

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      3. jjd241 Avatar

        Sure, why not…
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  5. rustylink Avatar

    I like the Datsun 620 pickup underneath. One of the best vehicles i ever had…just seeing one gives me heart pangs

  6. JayP2112 Avatar

    I bet he hates his pals asking if they can borrow his truck for a move.

    1. jeepjeff Avatar

      Yeah, but one load for a 4000 sq ft house, and you can just drive straight to the new place. I'm sure he has tons of friends.

  7. dukeisduke Avatar

    More Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld!
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  8. Roberto G. Avatar
    Roberto G.

    No problem filling the tank of that thing, there…

  9. stigshift Avatar

    Wow, he must be REALLY under-endowed…

    1. Dean Bigglesworth Avatar
      Dean Bigglesworth

      Wealth correlates with your height, and height correlates with the size of your junk. Exotic cars are expensive, so therefore it's likely that a person that can afford expensive cars is also well endowed.

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