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  1. I think Rob would switch the positions...
  2. Detroit powered Dodge truck pull.
  3. It looks a lot like this prototype from 1949.
  4. It looks like the toe panel is indented where the clutch pedal would be when all the way down - for the trucks that have a clutch pedal.
  5. It could be comparing it to its predecessor - the B model - which would be true.
  6. I think Daryl Gushee had a yellow one like that.
  7. The A model was built 1950-53. Do a search here for A40 and you will get a lot of posts about them. There were other A models as well that would be similar. If it is that complete, you might consider keeping it original. The sleeper cab would make it rare.
  8. It appears that it still exists. Or it is a different one, it states that there were three. https://bringatrailer.com/2017/04/19/one-of-three-aluminum-unibody-prototypes-1953-liteway-cargo-truck/
  9. A classic - including the arm out the window.
  10. Nice pictures - heavy on Dodges.
  11. True. The bottom line is too many people that want too much stuff. And regulating the population isn't going to happen. No country wants to be weak by having too few people.
  12. It is certainly correct about GM putting new ideas into production in that era - from about 1960 to 1966. All had been done before, but they were different for a major American auto manufacturer at that time. Some of the things they came out with in addition to the transaxle were the aluminum engine, the overhead cam, front wheel drive, rear engine, V6 engine, turbocharging, pancake engine.
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