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How old till considered old skool?

 
Chris_D.
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Posted: 09/10/07 03:48 AM

I had an 84 Dodge Rampage that was far beyond stock..

old skool?   Confused
MVC 274S  
Chris D. - Modesto CA - CustomTacos.com

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Chopped50ford
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Posted: 10/26/07 01:01 AM

not really, seen weirder stuff  
http://vintage-metal.blogspot.com/

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krazykenny5150
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Posted: 10/26/07 07:33 AM

cool for sure though!  

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Toyota_King_387
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Posted: 10/29/07 05:50 PM

its cool but old skool would be like 83 or older.  

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lucky_brew
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Posted: 11/04/07 11:17 PM

im looking for old school minitruckin magazines! want to buy em all! hit me up > chris 615 554 0241 or lucky_brewer@comcast.net  

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evo4two
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Posted: 12/25/07 05:26 PM

the wheels and tyres dont suit the era. old skool to me means an image from an era like rat rod and the like.  

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toddluck
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Posted: 01/07/08 06:17 AM

oldschool datsun 620  
www.mazdabscene.com

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Chris_D.
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Posted: 01/25/08 02:02 AM

people call it old school around here..
they only made em from 1982-1984 only..

If anything, Special School    Wink  
Chris D. - Modesto CA - CustomTacos.com

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chariotofmanliness
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Posted: 01/25/08 07:09 AM

dude, i used to have an 82. drove it from cali to pa.  
I work to support my Jeep chariotofmanliness

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DRLZ_Droopy
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Posted: 01/27/08 10:14 PM

only thing i see that is not old skool is rims. to me that would be old skool. but id say old skool for me at lest  
'68 c-10 is my ride now
check me out on myspace.com/droopy43

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burnzya
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Posted: 01/28/08 06:17 PM

I thought I saw 1980 and earlier somewhere on this site. But that would split the 79-83. I love my 79 yota and think it is definitly old skool.  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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str8muzick
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Posted: 01/28/08 08:12 PM

u have a unique oldie but a gooodie truck pimp it out and make one of its kind!!!!!! Smile  

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burnzya
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Posted: 01/29/08 06:01 PM

thanks str8muzick, I have alot of ideas but I'm torn between all of them. One idea was to just bag it and body drop it to lay flat rocker, and not shave anything to keep the old truck look. The other idea was a 4" chop  top, body drop to the doors, and a 2" body section, all aimed at making it lower than the toyota I'm building for my brother. The problem is the cab is 3" shorter (legroom wise) and it would be really crammed. If I go the second route I plan on stretching the cab 4".  
it's more like a pebble crawler

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brad43721
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Posted: 01/29/08 11:59 PM

old school: pre '84 toyotas  

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brad43721
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Posted: 01/30/08 12:11 AM

Nissan 720s,620s,etc. pre '85 mazdas, couriers, pre '88 isuzus and luvs, pre '87 mitsus, d-50s, and plymouth arrows, vw rabbit trucks, dodge rampages, and pre '84 toyotas are true old school minis. Old school isn't the same as "rat-rodded" out minis because you can take any mini and put steelies amd whitewalls and be a "ratrodded" mini but an old mini is always old school now matter how you build it  

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