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john3976
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Just a couple of photo's of the #12 Corvette and the new ramp truck it is transported on. 

 

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wow, they sure look real cool !!


   
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john3976
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Cool information on the two Corvette Grand Sport Roadsters in the photo, the blue Sunoco sponsored number 10 Grand Sport Roadster was chassis number 001 and the white with blue stripe number 12 Grand Sport Roadster was chassis number 002. They were both converted into roadsters while the other three chassis remained coupes. 


   
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Christopher Moroni
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....so.... John, apparently ACME contacted you, years ago, when they conducted their market research to determine whether tooling up a ramp truck would be prudent. 🤨 😉 🤨 😉 


   
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john3976
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I should get a dividend from ACME I have so many ramp trucks, I currently have 25 displayed and have three still on pre-order. 

Pre-order ramp trucks:

1. 1967 Chevrolet C30 black "Heartbeat of America" theme. 

2. 1970 Ford F350 maroon "Tasca Ford" theme. 

3. 1970 Dodge D300 white "Don Garlits" theme. 


   
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Marty Johnson
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Posted by: @chris

....so.... John, apparently ACME contacted you, years ago, when they conducted their market research to determine whether tooling up a ramp truck would be prudent. 🤨 😉 🤨 😉 

Without a doubt, John has a prominent place on ACME's Christmas Card list!  Laughter To Tears  


   
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Rich Sufficool
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What secures the cars to the ramps? Chocks? I don't see any cables or winches.


   
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john3976
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@rich-sufficool 

The wheel chocks are what keeps the car from rolling off, they are actually very stable that way. 


   
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I could reveal more but the non disclosure agreement prevents me from............................ Nonoise  


   
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Posted by: @marty-johnson
Posted by: @chris

....so.... John, apparently ACME contacted you, years ago, when they conducted their market research to determine whether tooling up a ramp truck would be prudent. 🤨 😉 🤨 😉 

Without a doubt, John has a prominent place on ACME's Christmas Card list!  Laughter To Tears  

.....John earned a few Easter baskets too!


   
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