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yarnall last won the day on May 2 2018

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About yarnall

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    BMT Certified Know-It-All!
  • Birthday 07/21/1970

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    boyertown, pa
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    old trucks and tractors, any make

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    1925 ACCD, 1947 LS85, 1950 LFT, 1951 405A, 1952 A30H, 1956 B70T, 1964 F715, 1972 CF719F, 1985 MH612, 1989 R688ST, 1990 CH612

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  1. I wouldn’t think it is worth more than $1500 I matter what it is. If the engine is stuck it is worth way less. I think it is worth saving though. Unfortunately a whole truck in that kind of shape something will not not even bring scrap price. It might be worth more than scrap price in parts. If it would turn out to be something unusual it could be worth more. You should try posting it on the SPAAMFAA Facebook page. Good Luck. Mike.
  2. Watts has had a two for one Christmas special the past several years. I bought a set and they look good. Mike.
  3. It was marked as sold on a Facebook group. I guess not.
  4. We need a little more information. Are you buying or selling? Insurance value? What model is it ? What condition? And pictures would help a lot. Thanks Mike.
  5. I have one on my ‘29 Chevy coupe and my ‘79 Nova. I believe Fisher body company was bought by GM sometime in the ‘20’s.
  6. My father says he’s going tubeless. Thanks anyway.
  7. I’m interested. Let me pass this along to my father. They are stud piloted? How are the stud holes? Thanks. Mike.
  8. I’m not a ford guy but that is a pretty cool car. It must be a blast to drive. You are in a whole different horsepower to weight ratio with that. Welcome. Mike
  9. Most of the trucks in the museum are owned by the museum. There are several trucks are loan at a time for the specific exhibits. Ron’s ED I there and Matt Landis’ DM, There are several Macks owned by the museum at American On Wheels and there are a few fire trucks stored at Schuylkill Historical Fire Society. All of these are worth a visit. Mike.
  10. I saw this. Not a bad looking truck. The price is ok and not too far from home for me. Unfortunately I’m not in the market right now.
  11. I’ve always loved that truck. I believe it is in Australia now in Tony Champion’s collection. Mike.
  12. Here is the D model from behind the mack museum. It is looking for a home. There is a restored D model inside that is not. John Chalmers also has one that is pretty rough. Mike.
  13. The AC started life as a fire truck/ ladder truck. It was later used as a bar in Boston. There was a great article about it in Double Clutch. It got a different chassis and a dump bed. The nickel plated grab handles are fire truck equipment. Mike.
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