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Trucks at the Show

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08-07-2011 16:21:00

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Our local Antique Equipment Show was this weekend and a good time was had by all. Lots of tractors and equipment and many hit-n-miss engines. There were several good lookin trucks there some realy old and odd. Here are a few pictures you mite like and dream about having one to pull your loads. Bandit

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08-07-2011 16:41:40

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 Re: Trucks at the Show in reply to Banditfarmer, 08-07-2011 16:21:00  

Here are a few more pictures. If I can read my notes right here gose. 1 pic is a 1947 IH 2nd is a 1923 Dodge Brothers truck 3 is a Intrenational year? 4 1952 Chevy Snub Nose 5 is a 1918 Kelly truck 6 is Mister B Mack 7is a Brockway 1970? and the last picture I dont have a clue it just looked good. I hope I got this right (bad short hand) on these trucks. There are a few I would like to have myself to drive. Bandit

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08-08-2011 21:24:44

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 Re: Trucks at the Show in reply to Banditfarmer, 08-07-2011 16:41:40  
Good pix! Never seen a Mack Pickemup! That would be an interesting grocery getter!
Fella not far from here ran a garage and replaced the cab on a rollback with the cab from a 1946 Chevy. COE. Had corvette power plant. Darned nice outfit!

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08-08-2011 10:16:22

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 Re: Trucks at the Show in reply to Banditfarmer, 08-07-2011 16:41:40  
Nice pictures! Thanks!

I woulda guessed the C.O. Chevy to be a '54 or early '55, and I think the last pickup (blue over white) is an IH.


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08-08-2011 17:08:06

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 Re: Trucks at the Show in reply to PJH, 08-08-2011 10:16:22  
I figuared everyone would enjoy them. The COE Chevy was set up to pull a goose neck trailer. He said he was glad Chevy didnt change the wheel pattern (had the old suiside wheels) so it has 19.5 on it now. Glad you enjoyed them. My wife wants the Mack to drive as her toy! Bandit

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