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Old 03-15-2013, 11:32 AM   #251
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Re: ATTENTION: In regards to James Blanton aka "tex parts 67-72" and Partner.

Maybe there's something in the water in Lone Oak:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/lone...CMVA10RDEKIATE
pretty funny comments, James even makes contributions.
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Old 09-27-2013, 01:13 AM   #252
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Re: ATTENTION: In regards to James Blanton aka "tex parts 67-72" and Partner.

His website is down.

Thank you all for the heads up, I am in N. TX, and would probably have run into him at some point.
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Old 09-01-2014, 08:30 AM   #253
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Re: ATTENTION: In regards to James Blanton aka "tex parts 67-72" and Partner.

I try to refrain from the taste of shoe leather but here goes:
Thank you Josh for the heads up and a great effort. I can say that so far I've been Blessed to have great dealings (for what little money I've been able to spend) with everyone on this site, including the supporting vendors. And thanks in general to all here for the huge amount of education and savvy I've gained since joining; it has been and continues to be very beneficial to my project dreams and snail-speed progress.
But of course, meanwhile back at the ranch... the trouble, trust issues and aggravation that a few sleeze-bags can create for the majority should remind us of the fallen world in which we live. I'm just sorry to see it tangled up in this little corner of goodness & enjoyment. However, I shall not let it stop me from enjoying my project and this site, nor let it hinder my use of it and my parts hunting adventures. )
Josh, thanks again sir,
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Old 12-10-2014, 08:38 PM   #254
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Re: ATTENTION: In regards to James Blanton aka "tex parts 67-72" and Partner.

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He has been reported to ebay on numerous occasions.

As far as the authorities, some guys from the stovebolt board have attempted, but I don't know what happened. It was reported that he spent some time in jail last year, but I never found out why.

The company, Superior Chrome, was a well respected company doing quality chrome plating for hot rodders. The owner died, and the business was passed on to the daughters. It has since gone downhill. One of the daughters married James' brother Bobby. Bobby tries to do right, but keeps saving James' butt just enough to stay in business. Everyone would be better off if Bobby would leave James hanging out to dry. At least that's my take on the matter.
I know the old guy--Randy Baker on the NE side of Houston who mess's with old big trucks--he was the brother of the owner of superior chrome.

the also have a side buis boneyard400 and have a field of old antique stuff up in Kansas or Nebraska--they must not be tied to this james guy because they have been around for a long time, used to see em at swapmeets like Ckicasha
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Old 12-10-2014, 08:40 PM   #255
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[QUOTE=truckeez;6952720]I know the old guy--Randy Baker on the NE side of Houston who mess's with old big trucks--he was the brother of the owner of superior chrome.

one other brother also have a side buis boneyard400 and have a field of old antique stuff up in Kansas or Nebraska--they must not be tied to this james guy because they have been around for a long time, used to see em at swapmeets like Ckicasha oklahoma
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Old 02-21-2016, 02:52 PM   #256
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Re: ATTENTION: In regards to James Blanton aka "tex parts 67-72" and Partner.

Along with Jim2828. Liar and two faced. Good job.
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