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Originally posted by belchfireV8 belchfireV8 wrote:

just had my    8 yr old neighbor  boy crawl the back seat of a 70 javelin and unbolt the U strap/catch to open the trunk.....2 ..  1/2'' head bolts.
cost me an icecream truck binge


HA! I bet the ice cream guy got cleaned out, aye!

Back when I was that age, we had an old fashioned hand dipped cone style ice cream truck. Though he did sell other packaged goods. But his big sellers was the strawberry cone and banana splits. Just as good and if not better than the big chain without the high price. You can't find that any more. The 70s was good to me as a boy. How times changed. Kids are missing out.
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Well done.
Don't fatten the boy up too much - may need those skills another day!
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I have no idea how a '64 is made but on the '70 Rebel, take out the back seat and with about 4' of extensions, take out the two bolts for the trunk lock hasp and the lid opens.  If you do this, tape all the extensions at the joints and at the socket.  DAMHIK.


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