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I never said the B71 was revised. I always figured the B71 radiator shell was their first try at putting a longer engine in, then they just moved the whole nose ahead.

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Subcontractor doing Gas line work in Norwalk

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CH at mack from a sand & gravel company in RI

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red horse: the B-70 USN's had extended hoods with Hall-Scott gas engines but normal B70 had same hood as B61 but 707 gas

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The RD lowboy is beastly.

Rob

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red horse: the B-70 USN's had extended hoods with Hall-Scott gas engines but normal B70 had same hood as B61 but 707 gas

Thx-Which supports the theory that B-70's had different hood lenghts per the Warth book and also substantiates Rossi's B71 has same BBC as a B-61.

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Great Cardi shots. Keep them coming. I believe they still run a lot of old iron.

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that Cardi B61 is nice. prefect barn find survivor. too bad someone backed into it and stole the damn bulldog

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That's a great little R Model Bryan.

Rob

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CH at mack from a sand & gravel company in RI

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I believe that is a dry bridge sand and gravel truck(sitting at courvilles?)

Cardi does run a lot of old iron as does D'ambra. I'll try and get some pics to contribute to this thread

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I believe that is a dry bridge sand and gravel truck(sitting at courvilles?)

Cardi does run a lot of old iron as does D'ambra. I'll try and get some pics to contribute to this thread

im pretty sure thats the name and yeah

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Anybody know what the color of the Cardi trucks is called?

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I sure do like the way the people in the north east take pride in their ride with all the pin striping and artwork not loaded down with chrome, bold paint jobs that way you can see the trucks for what they really are........when I'm able to travel I sure want to go up north for some site seeing during show season as I don't see that much down here........bobby j.

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I sure do like the way the people in the north east take pride in their ride with all the pin striping and artwork not loaded down with chrome, bold paint jobs that way you can see the trucks for what they really are........when I'm able to travel I sure want to go up north for some site seeing during show season as I don't see that much down here........bobby j.

It's not what it used to be...SO many company's buy trucks in one color these days(lot of times white).Or they add on trucks and just keep them whatever color they are.Up into the "90's most places would all have matching fleets in their classic colors,many two toned and pinstriped.The Northeast had the best looking and spec'd trucks anywhere IMO :twothumbsup:

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