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Old 08-03-2003, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default Does 9114 South Central Avenue really exist?

That's a question I haven't been able to answer. I haven't really researched or anything, but I'm just curious.

If it does, what is actually there? Anybody know?
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Old 08-08-2003, 05:14 PM   #2
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I looked that location up in Lycos Maps. Apparently there is such an address. The map that came up places it on the corner of S. Central and E. 91st Street in Los Angeles. I wouldn't know what, if anything, would be located there.
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Revisiting this topic: (and egads, has it really been 3 years?!)

Looking the address up on Google Earth (which should show you how things have progressed even from the last post in this thread to this one), I find that it's across the street from a place called the Rib Hut.

So now we know how Fred gets his ribs!

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If this question was eventualy answered even 3yrs later... surely my question I posted about the Sanford & Son Truck can be answered. Perhaps it already has and I just did not find it.
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Old 09-10-2006, 03:44 AM   #5
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This is very interesting. I wouldn't mind taking a tour out there, but I'd be afraid of venturing out in that neighborhood day or night.
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The area that Demond Wilson was riding in didn't look all that bad to me-lol
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sammy Reed
Revisiting this topic: (and egads, has it really been 3 years?!)

Looking the address up on Google Earth (which should show you how things have progressed even from the last post in this thread to this one), I find that it's across the street from a place called the Rib Hut.

So now we know how Fred gets his ribs!

Actually, Fred got his ribs from Leo's BBQ!
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Old 10-01-2006, 06:20 AM   #8
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I think it was mentioned prior that there is a school yard or playground where 9114 should be.
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Default Does 9114 South Central Avenue reallu exist

I have always wonder that uestion
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I actually drove to that location one time when I was in LA. Sadly, there was no such address, only a 9110, 9116, occupied by a developmental school. I was so used to watching the shows that I expected to see the red truck and aunt esther and fred sanford walking around with junk everywhere,. but that's only in our dreams.
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