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Re: 1953 Farm Journal Pics

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Harvey 2

02-21-2013 16:22:33
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GMC had a lot of big trucks with Hydra-Matic in them back in the 1950s and 60s.
Today most of the new 18 wheelers have some kind of automatic transmissions in them.
Just because someone hasn't heard of something doesn't make it not so.




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JMS/.MN

02-22-2013 09:45:58
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 Re: 1953 Farm Journal Pics in reply to Harvey 2, 02-21-2013 16:22:33  
US Army had deuce and a half trucks with the auto.......heard a lot of complaints about them from drivers at Ft. Bragg. Did"nt stand up well. That was 1965.



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 Re: 1953 Farm Journal Pics in reply to Harvey 2, 02-21-2013 16:22:33  
Dad was a school bus mechanic and bus driver. He drove the only cab over that the district had. That one was a GMC with an automatic. This was back in the 50s,early 60s.



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