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He's got that NJ bulk hauler plate on her.

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Nice pictures Mark! Did you find any U model pictures yet?

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Harry Muhlschlegel's ( Founder of Jevic,New Century trans.) restored Roadway H-Model,its just as nice as it looks in person!......................................Mark

I ran out of likes for today. Any pictures of the Big-Horn behind it?

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Here you go Vinny

Thanks Ron!!! Thats Papa's dream truck.

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Wow! That's a great shot of Ben Gagliano's truck.

It was in the Dick Guerrera / Golden Age Museum in CT for a while before they shut down. That's the only time I've seen it with the sleeper box on it. Ben was a great ambassador of the ATHS and got me involved back in 1988.

Where is it now?

Did'nt know much about the truck,but i knew i had seen it somewhere since! and it was inside,always wanted to stop at the Golden Age Museum,just never got the chance. Very nice done truck as i remember......................................................Mark

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A B-Model from Englishtown,NJ circa 1981-2..........................................Mark

Now that is one Beautiful truck,I think I like the painted Mercury better than polished out.

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Wow! That's a great shot of Ben Gagliano's truck.

It was in the Dick Guerrera / Golden Age Museum in CT for a while before they shut down. That's the only time I've seen it with the sleeper box on it. Ben was a great ambassador of the ATHS and got me involved back in 1988.

Where is it now?

why did that museum close anyway?

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Now that is one Beautiful truck,I think I like the painted Mercury better than polished out.

I do too,personally,i think it looks better when it matches the truck.................................Mark

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why did that museum close anyway?

from what I understand,after Mr.Guerrera died,they couldn't keep it funded.

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A B-Model from Englishtown,NJ circa 1981-2..........................................Mark

The late Bob Brown of Federal Way,Wa.,restored this truck.It was in his yard when I visited him in Feb. '86.He had just finished it.

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Cool Lakewood the Hasidic capital of the Jersey Shore.

Rob

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Cool Lakewood the Hasidic capital of the Jersey Shore.

Rob

.......of the Jersey Shore? Heck it might be the World. Ralph Clayton had a large sand pit right on the Jackson/Lakewood border that is now fully developed.

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