Hooniverse Weekend Edition, Last Call – Roaming Through Images Stored on my Laptop.

A Refurbished Airstream Trailer. More about it in the future.

For Last Call I decided to share with all of you some images that is stored on my laptop. Some of the images will be used for upcoming stories here at Hooniverse or elsewhere. Others I use for my full time gig in Truck Sales. You can never tell what they will be used for. I will explain a couple. As for the rest….

The First Dodge Magnum. I have no idea who the guy is!

I decided to open with an image of a Dodge Personal Luxury Coupe, the Magnum. As you know, Chrysler was trying to raise money anyway it can, and it created a few “Special” versions of the Cordoba and Charger.

This is an International 4700 that my shop extended for one of my customers. They wanted a used reefer body and I had one. The truck is over 15 years old, but only accumulated less than 60,000 miles. The paint is new, the wheel simulators are new, and the refrigeration unit was refurbished.

I’m getting ready to do a series of postings in May about the Pace Cars used in the Indianapolis 500. Here’s a real stinker, an Oldsmobile Bravada. You may remember that I trashed the Trailblazers and their Clones a while ago.

A Random Image of a 1976 Dodge Charger Daytona. Looks nothing like the Winged Daytona, does it?

And here is a gallery of crap floating around on my laptop….. Comment as you will.

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  1. BPR Avatar

    OK I give up. on that truck you extended – whats a wheel simulator?

    1. austinminiman Avatar

      I *think*…
      If you look at the back wheel, it looks like a normal hubcap/wheel, not the deep rim a truck would normally have. So I'm guessing a wheel simulator is a cap that goes on the wheel, covering the surface, and simulating a standard wheel.

  2. anon Avatar

    From Pacific Dualies:
    Wheel simulators offer the benefit of a stylish heavy duty look for your wheels without the burdensome cost of chrome or aluminum rims. Wheel simulators are an easy to install and cost effective alternative for vehicle owners who want a quality chrome finish for their dually truck and van wheels.

  3. Luntburger Avatar

    One of my pet peeves is that the Toyota Previa never caught on in the states. But they're everywhere in the tropics.

  4. ptschett Avatar

    I'm trying to work out what kind of job needs a crew cab reefer truck. If it had a sleeper I'd figure it was an expeditor truck.