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1958 F.W.D.

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About 1958 F.W.D.

  • Birthday 11/12/1973

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    Antique fire trucks of all kinds, antique road tractors especially F, R and U model Macks, Autocars and Brockways.
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  1. Paging Doug Maney to the white courtesy phone...............
  2. Whoever runs the BMT Bookface Group (Barry?) you need to change it from Public to Private or else Bookface will allow anyone to join with no notice.
  3. Yep....I have been trying to track down Paul for quite a while now. Seems he has fallen off the planet. I hope he is OK.
  4. You are welcome. I didn't want people to be confused.
  5. I have been researching the snot out of these 3.0 Duramax engines the last few nights. Seems that the 2020 version has a rear main seal issue. The 2021's have a crank-no start issue (will start second time) that may or may not be related to a software issue and/or a crank sensor issue. But overall most people are very pleased with them. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you look at it) I could not shake the money tree hard enough to be able to swing a deal to purchase the one sitting on the Dodge lot- and because of the fact that you can't negotiate with dealers right now due to low stock. Pickups are crazy insane money right now. The plus side to that is they paid me handsomely for my 2013 Ram 1500 Tradesman- the differential started making noises at 125,000 miles and since I am driving a bit more now for work, I wanted to upgrade to something more comfortable and drove away in a 2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn Laramie with all the bells and whistles and my is it comfortable!! "Small" approves and has nicknamed the new rig "The Pickle." I will miss the cap on the Silver Ghost but the new ride has one of those rigid folding covers. Not sure how crazy I am about it. Oh- and Small is wearing Large's shirt because Large is now too large to fit into the large shirt that is small.
  6. No that's that ahole truck driver that never stopped to help ladies broken down in and around Winfall
  7. Why not. Either way it's gonna cost you.
  8. WTH? That's it? No girls in cars? No pictures of beavers, or trash cans, or telephone poles? What a rip off. I want my money back!
  9. I did drive it- my god it is an automotive work of art. Nicest driving and handling pickup ever. I am regretting test driving it because I cannot afford it. No way. I had to settle for another Hemi Ram. Oh well. It is what it is. Here is the truck: https://www.sandschryslerjeepdodge.net/inventory/display/used/2020/GMC/Sierra-All-New-1500/1GTV9CET4LZ191566#!2020 GMC Sierra All New 1500 Elevation_Satin Steel Metallic
  10. Does anyone here have a GMC or Chevy with the new 3.0 inline 6 Duramax? Looking for opinions. And please, no Ford/Chevy/Ram pissing contests. There is a level of Suck no matter WHAT brand you are loyal to. EDIT: Did some research. Seems the oil pump is wet-belt driven. You have to drop the transmission to inspect/change the belt. Confirmed by multiple sources. Certainly a downer but not an ultimate deal breaker if the MPG is as good as they claim it to be. https://pickuptrucktalk.com/2020/08/chevy-3-0l-duramax-diesel-design-flaw/?fbclid=IwAR2GRj5oq46y95GnOJYR2BOs970Eb6glxPD5zkj500aBKD7AJTIm15bVzyA
  11. Really? That's funny......The thread is over a year old, and most (if not all) truck shows in the USA went on this summer without a hitch. Are you possibly a troll or scammer?
  12. I hope Big Mike is ok.....He was just on the bookfaze a week or two ago. The 4x4 MH is now at the Mack Museum.
  13. Thank you Brocky, I am familiar with BEPCO, they were probably the last vendor in the universe that had the rotors for the Kelsey-Hayes disc brakes that Mack was installing until they sold out. Yes. Will need something. I messaged a guy who was parting out a 1986 Harvester S1600 but have not heard back from him.
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