41chevy

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About 41chevy

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    BMT Certified Know-It-All!
  • Birthday 01/16/1953

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    FORK UNION ,VA

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    DM800, 5 AC crane carriers, 1 AC 6 crane carrier, B61mixer ,R685
  • Year
    1969,1928, 1929,1932, 1934, 1934 1935, 1961,1980
  • Other Trucks
    1992 Marmon, 1951 White 3000

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  1. It is in Texas right now, lots a places to go to from there. . .
  2. Loos like the heat/ac and gen set is in those areas? Or maybe thats the wife/ kids "safe" area
  3. No, a N model would match the “Royal Observatory Lounge”
  4. I sure like it!! Not mine and the mrs say it never will be either!!!!!! The original builder is Dick Edler, owner of Edler & Co. in Skokie, IL. Mr. Edler has since passed on, but the company still exists today as a warehousing, transportation and logistics company – clearly, Mr. Edler had a spare rig or two that he decided to convert to his personal castle on wheels. 1970 Camelot Cruiser RV Ford C 900 Tractor Trailmobile Trailer. The Camelot Cruiser was the epitome of luxury and opulence in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Each and every one was a unique and one of a kind creation custom tailored to pamper and provide the highest level of comfort and style to the discriminating traveler! The décor is 70’s with a mix of Harvest Gold, Avocado and Tangerine shag and Naugahyde.This particular example was never sold and has been stored in the same warehouse since the 70’s which attests to its remarkable condition. There is large wrap around table in the front “Royal Observatory Lounge” perfect for meals and entertaining. The “Gourmet Galley” features all the comforts of a modern home kitchen (in the 70”s) with a stove, sink and refrigerator. Moving through the coach you arrive at the “Knights Chamber” featuring a full size double bed with a quality box spring and comfortable mattress set featuring a stone headboard making this home your own personal castle! From there one journeys through the “King’s and Queen’s Privy” appointed with luxury fire glazed tile, the full sized shower and toilet compliment the dual sink vanity. Finally one arrives in the “The Great Hall”, creating a mood for formal, yet relaxed entertaining with comfortable seating accented by a stone wall and genuine oak paneling. All this creates an atmosphere that makes one forget they are actually travelling on the road. The attention to detail is evident in the quality and workmanship with genuine oak cabinetry, hand selected hardware and even an intercom throughout the coach linking the cab and trailer. The 1970 Ford C 900 tractor has only covered a total of 34,704 miles.
  5. Worm drive AB ,at least engine, rear and firewall is. Rest is Johnny Cashed together. Yard art?
  6. Different people, different times but much of what happened was before the cry for lebensraum / living space. Both Ford , Lindbergh and FDR were anti semitic. Norm for the age they were brought up in. Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow, daughter of U.S. ambassador Dwight Morrow, moved to Europe. During the mid-1930s, Lindbergh became familiar with German advances in aviation and warned his U.S. counterparts of Germany's growing air superiority. But Lindbergh also became enamored of much of the German national "revitalization" he encountered, and allowed himself to be decorated by Hitler's government in 1936. When, in 1941, President Roosevelt denounced Lindbergh publicly, the aviator resigned from the Air Corps Reserve. He eventually contributed to the war effort, though, flying 50 combat missions over the Pacific. His participation in the war, along with his promotion to brigadier general of the Air Force Reserve in 1954 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower earned him the rank of Brigadier General in the U.S.A.F.
  7. One of the dozens of Village Industries that Henry Ford established from the 1920s into the 1940s – small-scale factories situated in small towns in Michigan, Ohio, New York, Mississippi – all but one was designed to allow farmers to remain on the farm (rather than relocate to a city) and still generate some additional income in their off seasons by turning out components for Ford. This one was for returning Veterans. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2017/02/24/fords-veterans-only-factory-slated-for-restoration/?refer=news http://www.motorcities.org/Story/Field+and+Factory+++Fords+Village+Industries-155.html
  8. Not mine. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/dodge/unspecified/1921905.html?refer=news
  9. Before you port the intake at the RBI, I would see how much of the restriction is needed to create turbulence to stop the atomized fuel from puddling. Found that bit when I port matched my small block cross ram TBI 's to their intake mount. Ended up with idle issues and low speed stumble. It did pull good at wide open throttle. Paul
  10. Go to the block of photos on the bottom of the link. I.H. Gas V-8. http://www.leblogauto.com/2017/02/penske-restaure-son-blue-hilton.html
  11. Funny, always liked the N-10 and N-12 trucks. Like a Dodge C500 on steroids. Paul
  12. Photos at the bottom. Gasser. http://www.leblogauto.com/2017/02/penske-restaure-son-blue-hilton.html
  13. Sorry, I took the quote from the Guardian. Me bad. Now, what does Oliver Stones Vietnam service have to do with this? I have 6 of what he has and 4 were awarded to every one of us there.
  14. Oliver Stone on our First Lady. . . Self-proclaimed “progressive humanist” Oliver Stone said that Mrs. Trump committed an act of “Christofascism,” in Floridia, adding the “mail-order bride, hooker paid lip service to a God that does not exist.”
  15. COOL!! not mine. https://yuma.craigslist.org/cto/5962071208.html