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Thread: From 1936 Popular Mechanics - dog transport sack

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    Default From 1936 Popular Mechanics - dog transport sack

    Wow! What a handy idea. Honey, hold the sack while I put the dog in and hang it from the window. Now just clamp it to the running board and we're ready to roll... I hope none of these were ever really used.
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    Wow that's crazy! How times have changed...

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    Mnnn...Wonder if they made them for small children. That would put a stop to the bickering in the back seat.

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    You ever see how fish and game transports elk or bighorn sheep by helicopter? This probably wouldn't be that bad. It just doesn't fit in with today's PC sensibilities.... In those days a dog was a dog, not a family member.
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    Man that is awesome! I want one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie Spann View Post
    Man that is awesome! I want one.

    Lonnie Spann
    Lonnie, you pull up to the Grand with your dog in that and they would throw you out before you got your dog out of the thing!
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    Wow That is wild.
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    How KEWL!!!!

    Betcha a Mitt Romney autographed model would be a HUGE seller.

    Off to the fabric store regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    How KEWL!!!!

    Betcha a Mitt Romney autographed model would be a HUGE seller.

    Off to the fabric store regards

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    HaHa! Have to figure out how to attach it to the roof... Not that there's anything wrong with that.
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    I cant even begin to immagine what people would say if they saw a dog in one of those things and immagine if you were in a wreck!
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