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'74 Cabover Gorgeous truck


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Wow, I like it.

Just curious: what is the typical life span of those old V8's? At 500K is it about used up? I know maintenance is everything, but still. Don't think there are many parts left for them if something did go wrong.

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Larry

1959 B61 Liv'n Large......................

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IF THAT WAS IN AUS ID BUY IT JUST FOR A SPARE TRUCK OR THE PARTS :SMOKIE-LFT:

If that was over here you wouldnt be able to buy it because I would have beaten to it :tease:

Nice Mack! Why are all the nice ones so far away?

grab a mate go for a drive have some adventure we only get to live once fill it up with fun and adventure and storys tell your kids and grand kids

Paul

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Our 1st Wilson was a slat trailer. I almost forgot what they look liked. That's a cool picture.

That was a brand new 1974 Chamberlin 43 ft. pot. Chamberlin trailers were built in Hampton,IA and was owned by Wilson.towards their end,they closed the Hampton plant and were built in Sioux City with the Wilsons,until they quit making them sometime in the late '80's or early '90's.

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