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Some while back Mike Superdog shared pics from Keystone Tractor Museum.

That truck was there on the display.

I see one more H63 in that picture, the yellow one in the back row, right behind the cab of the amber truck.

Is that a yellow H-model Matt Pfahl restored for someone?

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I'd like to have that yellow tandem. That is one sweet looking truck. Does it have a integral sleeper or is it just a little bigger cab with a window.

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harry also had a dark blue H67 and a really nice B61T that use to be at Macungie

I believe the B61T and the modern curtain side toy hauler trailer went to Tackaberry several years ago.

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the yellow one was originally a single axle I think

Was the frame stretched up or they used a different frame?

Doesn't H-model frame have the same style rails as a B-model do?

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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The frame was lengthened at a welding shop in Vermont. I don't recall if they used the cutoff frame that came with the rears or had a length of rail bent at PG Adams.

Should be the same 9" X 3.25" X .25" between the two.

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