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have a badger 150 to trade for pro street parts

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have a badger 150 to trade for pro street parts
Posted by bauercrew on Sunday, December 21, 2003 1:34 PM
hey i have a badger 150 air brush with three tips & needles comes complete minus the air hose ,getting a new omni 4000 .would like to trade for some pro street parts like rears ,tires ,, 4link systems wheelie bars.pictures that are detailed on how to build or back halve the rear section,anything that is illustrated with pictures thanks oh yes the gun does work perfect just dont need 2 of them setting around i can get into a whole lot of trouble with one let alone 2 L.O.L
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Posted by Likittysplit on Monday, December 22, 2003 1:27 AM
I wouldn't mind taking you up on this, but I'm not sure I have enough stuff to make it a fair deal for you. I've got a 67 Chevelle pro street (AMT, complete), at least two sets of wheelie bars, blowers & belts, plenty of chassis platforms you can hack away at for practice without fear of wasting one you want to use... I'm sure I've got some other stuff, but I'm not at my bench right now, just shooting from the hip. I can dig around later, but, are you sure the brush is a 150? Metal body, blue tailpiece, dual action? Or a 350; Black body, single action... If its a 350 I don't want another one. Let me know.

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Posted by bauercrew on Monday, December 22, 2003 6:14 AM
hey likittysplit see what all you can come up with and yes it is a 150 dual action i bought it off the mac tool truck so it probably cost three times as much as retail ,L.O.L if you know what i mean yes it chrome body blue tail piece
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Posted by Likittysplit on Monday, December 22, 2003 3:11 PM
O.K. I'll do some digging tonight when I get home (late). Meanwhile, if you can think of some more items, either specific or non, let me know quick so I can send you a list via email by tomorrow morning. Later,
John

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Posted by bauercrew on Monday, December 22, 2003 4:29 PM
hey likittysplit, wide tires (pro stock) type,motors ,anything for prostock .is that chevelle prostock assembled?ladder bars wheelie bars parachute bags,is all the stuff workable??
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Posted by Likittysplit on Monday, December 22, 2003 5:30 PM
The Chevelle pro street is an unassembled kit that was/is one of a three car set that came in one box. I have not done anything with it or robbed any parts from it.
-Tires, I've got plenty of slicks but the only real treaded pro street tires I have are with the Chevelle.
-Ladder bars... I'll have to look, I'm not sure. Same with parachutes.
-Wheelie bars are still on trees. Everything I'm offering in trade will be mint, unused, usually still on trees. I will not set you up with stuff you won't want to use due to its condition. Like I said earlier, I'll dig and search around when I get back to the ranch. Keep the ideas coming.

Proud owner of a 1:1 1997 Camaro Z/28 30th Anniversary edition and 2004 Monte Carlo SS supercharged Dale Earnhardt, Sr. "Intimidator" edition.

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Posted by bauercrew on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 8:16 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Likittysplit

The Chevelle pro street is an unassembled kit that was/is one of a three car set that came in one box. I have not done anything with it or robbed any parts from it.
-Tires, I've got plenty of slicks but the only real treaded pro street tires I have are with the Chevelle.
-Ladder bars... I'll have to look, I'm not sure. Same with parachutes.
-Wheelie bars are still on trees. Everything I'm offering in trade will be mint, unused, usually still on trees. I will not set you up with stuff you won't want to use due to its condition. Like I said earlier, I'll dig and search around when I get back to the ranch. Keep the ideas coming.
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Posted by bauercrew on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 8:18 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by bauercrew

QUOTE: Originally posted by Likittysplit

The Chevelle pro street is an unassembled kit that was/is one of a three car set that came in one box. I have not done anything with it or robbed any parts from it.
-Tires, I've got plenty of slicks but the only real treaded pro street tires I have are with the Chevelle.
-Ladder bars... I'll have to look, I'm not sure. Same with parachutes.
-Wheelie bars are still on trees. Everything I'm offering in trade will be mint, unused, usually still on trees. I will not set you up with stuff you won't want to use due to its condition. Like I said earlier, I'll dig and search around when I get back to the ranch. Keep the ideas coming.
JUST LET ME KNOW WHWEN YOUR READY TO DO THE SWAP

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