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Took some pics at this old aluminum building

It looks like it was some kind of garage at some point. It is out in the country and i knew I had to get some pics with it.

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BTW for those who saw my last thread and thought I had bad rake on my truck. You can see in these pics my truck hardly has any rake at all.
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i was one of those guys... my bad mike, it doesnt look as bad of a rake as i thought... maybe its b/c i've NEVER seen it in person.. like at the knoxville meet maybe? just maybe.lol
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truck looks great man!
jeez, i could see that old place falling on your truck while you're taking pics of it

dang, i'd cry lol
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i was one of those guys... my bad mike, it doesnt look as bad of a rake as i thought... maybe its b/c i've NEVER seen it in person.. like at the knoxville meet maybe? just maybe.lol
Well if you get bored come one down to alabama and you can see it lol.

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truck looks great man!
jeez, i could see that old place falling on your truck while you're taking pics of it

dang, i'd cry lol
Actually whats ironic about that is...we were about to get some really bad storms. Had a tornado come within a mile of that location about an hour or so later. At the time of the pics gust were about 35mph and a steady breeze of about 20mph. It was creaking like crazy and some of the aluminum was barely attached and flailing around.
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Truck looks good.

That is kind of a building....
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I like the 5th photo. I like your truck more and more everyday.
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It was creaking like crazy and some of the aluminum was barely attached and flailing around.
So you decided to park the truck in it? lol

Geez, look at how raked your truck is! j/k

I just want to say again, your truck looks 10x better with these wheels!
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pretty cool pics man looks really good
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Truck looks good.

That is kind of a building....
Yeah its more like the skeleton of a former building lol

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I like the 5th photo. I like your truck more and more everyday.
Thanks man!

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So you decided to park the truck in it? lol

Geez, look at how raked your truck is! j/k

I just want to say again, your truck looks 10x better with these wheels!
It wasn't doing that before I parked in it lol

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lol I know what these pic are for... good work Mike!!! you got me beat!
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I doubt that building would have fallen down to a 20 MPH gust. It looks pretty raggedy, but I've seen worse, lol.

Truck looks good, Mike.
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Mike the truck looks sharp as always man, I love it when you ***** it out its gotta be one of my favorite rigs on here
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I heart Alcoa's
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Very nice... what kind of camera are you using?
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That's a poor mans garage right there.
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Has a little rake. But not as much as I thought.
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lol I know what these pic are for... good work Mike!!! you got me beat!
Haha yeah as soon as that was posted I already knew where I was going to take it at. I pass that all the time going to the gf's.

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I doubt that building would have fallen down to a 20 MPH gust. It looks pretty raggedy, but I've seen worse, lol.

Truck looks good, Mike.
lol the frame was sturdy, but that aluminum wasn't lol. Though we had a tornado reported about a mile from it 1.5 hours after I took those lol.

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Mike the truck looks sharp as always man, I love it when you ***** it out its gotta be one of my favorite rigs on here
Thanks! Hopefully it will get a little farther in looks soon.

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Very nice... what kind of camera are you using?
Fuji Film Fine pix s5200.

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That's a poor mans garage right there.
Yes it is lol

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Has a little rake. But not as much as I thought.
Yeah my rear is only 1.5" higher then the front.
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