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Matt two different outfits. Gulino is exporting the 88 RD. The wrecked RD is L.DeMarino's and it was totalled and he bought it back and is taking some parts off for the Frahley truck and the rest is going for export.

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Make him an offer Matt. He's getting $16,500.00. It's going to need new frame rails,A frame and a clutch. He's had it for 3 years so he's made his money with it. He wants another tri axle already has a deposit on one.

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Rob I know what you mean when you say I wouldn't run the truck like that now. I came in one morning had a 5:30 start sick as a dog the steward said what are you doing here , go home this ain't 25 years ago, we don't work like that no more

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Yea right things are different now just in the past 10-12 years. I remember leaving the yard and going down 287 and looking like a douchbag with the fender bouncing up and down and geting stares. :whistling:

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Rich,whose name is on the door of that R model.I think I've seen that truck around the Phila area. It ment be from one of the sod company over in NJ.

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It looks like Clarksville Sod Farm in NJ.

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The driver could dress up that Clarksville R by removing the hubcaps and lugnut covers.

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I've seen them up by me. That's mineral sod on the trailer.

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Rich,whose name is on the door of that R model.I think I've seen that truck around the Phila area. It ment be from one of the sod company over in NJ.

It`s Clarksville Sod Mike, I took this picture at the Lowes on Forty Foot Road in Hatfield..

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These pics are cute. Same truck. I lived in Suffern at the time and our yard was down the street in Mahwah. It would take me 3 minutes to get to the yard. In that 3 minutes Leslie hooked a 5 foot chain the the 98 RD next to mine to pull jump it to start. Well needles to say I came in to this. I was working on site at Norvartis in East Hanover NJ he says to me you gotta go! I said how! He gave me three bungee cords tied down the hood and I drove it like that for two weeks until the truck could go in for the new hood. I had this truck spotless this was heartbreaking. I wouldn't do this today run a truck like that.

One things for sure, no new truck could take that beating and still go, the whole front end would be one the ground!

My R795ST,was owned by Robert T. Pondish & Sons of MT. Holly N.J

One tough looking old girl!

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So true Tim. That truck is now going to the Dark Continent now too. Gulino's truck was supposed to go two weeks ago. His Granite triaxle is going to be here on the sixth.

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Chuck,spent many a weekend at east Windsor! my cousin used to run a car there and also at Bridgeport,NJ and Pleasantville,NJ on occaision we would make it up to Middletown,NY or once in a while Wall stadium. I saw a video on Youtube about East Windsor and what it looks like now,made me a little sad!....................................Mark

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Chuck,spent many a weekend at east Windsor! my cousin used to run a car there and also at Bridgeport,NJ and Pleasantville,NJ on occaision we would make it up to Middletown,NY or once in a while Wall stadium. I saw a video on Youtube about East Windsor and what it looks like now,made me a little sad!....................................Mark

How about Trenton at the old fairgrounds?

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First place I ever saw Richard Petty was at Trenton................................Mark

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Found a B-Model with a Jersey plate,but have no idea where in the Great Garden State it may be!................................Mark

It appears to have a very unique paint scheme.

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Hey Mark,

Braen Stone Industries has Van Orden Stone in Ringwood NJ. I heard they are running out of stone. The roads are tight coming out of that quarry.

Rob

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Rob,i figured you might know what was going on there!.....................................Mark

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Cool shot of A to Z B with the Blue Ox on her.

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