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Sam D.

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Looks like Inyo County might deal with it. I saw some sort of a legal notice attached to the truck.
Here's the Inyo Co. law:
http://www.qcode.us/codes/inyocounty/?view=desktop&topic=10-10_64-10_64_010


P3Tacco

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I'm thinking that it is Inyo County's responsibility.  I can't believe that it's still there! I guess it's another Miller Tow project.
MonkeyProof

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I passed it early Saturday morning (10/5/19) and it looked like just the left front wheel was missing. My assumption is that the wheel had been commandeered as a spare. 
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The truck is on blocks with at least two of the wheels stolen now. going to be harder to get the damn thing out now. How long until people start shooting it? 49 years till it's "historic"
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P.S. I am beyond familiar with that movie! A true cult classic.
P3Tacco

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Oh jeez. There wont be much left by that time!
peneumbra

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Ever seen the film "Repoman?"
Just wondering...
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NPS Rangers have reported this vehicle to the BLM, but since it hasn't been reported stolen, the BLM doesn't seem to care.  I've seen lots of abandoned vehicles on BLM land in California.  If someone could drag it across the road to the NPS side, maybe it would be removed.  Mind you, I'm not suggesting anyone do anything illegal, immoral or fattening. [cool]


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SilverBob

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NPS Rangers have reported this vehicle to the BLM, but since it hasn't been reported stolen, the BLM doesn't seem to care.  I've seen lots of abandoned vehicles on BLM land in California.  If someone could drag it across the road to the NPS side, maybe it would be removed.  Mind you, I'm not suggesting anyone do anything illegal, immoral or fattening. [cool]
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hughman

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MonkeyProof, thanks for pulling that out. That's a awkward heavy axle housing.
knockknock

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That truck was there JAN., 24 when I was there. Maybe somebody got hurt up in canyon hiking ?
XPBC

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We saw it March 24th going out. Stopped and yelled out the window but never got out. Didn't notice the flat tire.
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Ha, the two brothers who had abandoned the axle housing and trailer fenders at Dedeckera Canyon a few months ago are from Utah...

I'm the one who recovered the axle housing by the way..

https://www.tacomaworld. com/threads/death-valley-off-road-adventures.60777/page-132#post-19944260

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Plate shows no hits (not stolen or wanted).
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