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  1. #11
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    Default 1925 White..

    Another Photo. Had her at the Macungie, PA 40th Truck show this past June.

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    Most of my Money I spent on Mechanical things, Tools, and Woman, The rest I wasted.

    Always remember, These old machines are like a Woman, It is the little things that count.

    1940 Cat Model 12 Serial 6M17. Powered with a G4600 Gas Engine. Direct electric start.

  2. #12
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    Syracuse, NY
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    It works best when you put them together.......Screenshot-2017-12-19 Album Archive.jpg

  3. #13
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    Thumb 1928-29 Chevy Frame

    1928-29 Chevy truck frame complete, fair shape, new/old weather checked bias ply tires. Father-in-law built a horse drawn wagon on the frame to travel from Mat-Su Valley to Girdwood Alaska. Never actually made the trip but it did save the frame. I'll get pictures as soon as the snow has melted.

  4. #14
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    Thumb Manual Library

    Truck and Car Manual Library includes
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    Img_3674.jpg IH K-7 forum TM-10-1173
    Img_3676.jpg NH Series
    Img_3678.jpg Ford Fordor Sedan is that how you spell four-door? I don't know, I guess so.
    Img_3681.jpg Ford Truck 1-1/2 ton
    Img_3683.jpg Studebaker R2 Shop Manual

  5. #15
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    Default old trucks

    I don't have an old truck but do have a 1945 Ford "commercial" i.e. a 1/2 ton pickup. Ford listed all their "trucks" by wheel base, and called them trucks, except the 1/2 ton pickup which was a called a "commercial". Because of WW-2 Ford quit building cars and trucks in February of 1942, didn't build any in 1943 and only built long wheel base trucks in 1944. In 1945 after the war ended they were building trucks but not cars, that year they built 18,000 trucks mine being one of them. On mine the frame carries a 1942 part number, the model plate shows it as a 1945 and it is titled as a 1946.


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  6. #16
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    1929 pickup Chevy frame
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    Last edited by Fat Dan; 06-27-2020 at 01:16 PM.

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