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Don Rudolph

10-22-2014 18:01:36




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I have never seen one of these before, have any of you seen one? Powered by Desoto! Don

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shinnery

10-25-2014 00:17:54




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-22-2014 18:01:36  
Don According to the info I have, from "Tex Smith's The Complete Chrysler Hemi Engine Manual" the Chryslers were 51-55 331 c.i., 56 354 c.i., and 57-58 392 c.i.. Dodge 53-54 241 c.i., 55 270 c.i., 56 315 c.i., and 57 325 c.i. some Dodges in 57 also used the Chrysler 354 c.i.. Then DeSoto 52-54 276 c.i., 55 291 c.i., 56 330 c.i., 56-57 341 c.i., and 57 345 c.i.. So DeSoto could be any of 5 different displacements. Then there were also single rocker shaft heads (polyspherical) for many of the different sizes.

Bryce

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shinnery

10-23-2014 16:40:40




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-22-2014 18:01:36  
Back in the days of the first generation Hemis, 1951-1958, virtually none of the parts of the three different engines, Chrysler, DeSoto, and Dodge would interchange, except for maybe the sparkplugs and oil.

Bryce
This post was edited by shinnery at 16:43:03 10/23/14.



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Don Rudolph

10-23-2014 17:05:47




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to shinnery, 10-23-2014 16:40:40  
Bryce,

So each Chrysler division had its own version of the early Hemi engine? Were they different cubic inch displacement as well? Thanks, Don



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OliverNate

10-22-2014 21:08:28




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-22-2014 18:01:36  
nice looking beast, did you pruchase this hot rod or just find it?



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Don Rudolph

10-23-2014 07:32:12




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to OliverNate, 10-22-2014 21:08:28  
I did not purchase it. A bit too far gone for my talents. Don



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AJB-830

10-23-2014 18:11:50




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-23-2014 07:32:12  
Don, Is that old truck that Panosh had still sitting by his old Case Dealership building? I remember him using that truck when I was a kid to deliver the new Case corn planter my dad bought from him. He also had an old cross-motor Case tractor in the building and I never heard of anyone purchasing it. Might still be there. About 10 years ago a friend of mine wanted to buy it but his wife wanted $18,000 for it. Al

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Don Rudolph

10-23-2014 18:25:15




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to AJB-830, 10-23-2014 18:11:50  
Al,

The truck is sitting behind a barn in Forestville. The present owner bought it from Panosh to use for hauling hay until the early 70's. Its been sitting there since. People really speak highly of the Panosh's. Don



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OliverNate

10-24-2014 17:27:34




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-23-2014 18:25:15  
last thing i need is another project but just for curiosity what state is this in and are they looking to sell it?



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AJB-830

10-25-2014 20:53:09




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to OliverNate, 10-24-2014 17:27:34  
Nate, Don indicated the truck is located in Forestville, Wisconsin. This town is about 10 miles south of Sturgeon Bay, WI. Don might know if the truck is for sale. Al



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HenryBros.

10-22-2014 18:47:24




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-22-2014 18:01:36  
Awesome find! My grandfather bought a new Chevy COE 50 in 1968 and had it painted in the same color scheme. It has a roll-back bed and was used to transport equipment for his dealership.



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Harvey2

10-22-2014 18:17:35




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Don Rudolph, 10-22-2014 18:01:36  
The truck is a 3000 White, there were thousands on the road back in their day, in the 1950s and 1960s, you could get aboot any engine in it you wanted, gas or diesel, I have never seen one with a Hemi engine.



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CKRICHARD

10-22-2014 19:43:37




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 Re: Case dealer truck find in reply to Harvey2, 10-22-2014 18:17:35  
That is a very cool truck. But with a hemi and case dealer. WOW



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