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1952 GMC 900

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Very true.  Always fun to be out and about and see a Marmon or a Chevrolet Bison or Dodge Big Horn because you don't see them much.

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There’s a five window gmc that looks identical to that one near me. Has a Detroit in it as well. 

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There was a young dude hauling steel out of Braddock Pa with a similar horse had a v 12 gas burner with a 20 speed Spicer two stick! The man earned his money!

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9 minutes ago, BillyT said:

There was a young dude hauling steel out of Braddock Pa with a similar horse had a v 12 gas burner with a 20 speed Spicer two stick! The man earned his money!

I hope he had a big gas tank for that V12!

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you really need to go get that gmc.       I just noticed woody on the vent door thats even more reason

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Nice Treasures!

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Is that a fairlane in front of the gmc

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love that 52 GMC looks like it would clean up real easy, did you ask if any of them were for sale?   terry

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3 hours ago, terry said:

love that 52 GMC looks like it would clean up real easy, did you ask if any of them were for sale?   terry

He's not ready to sell that Jimmy but if he does he said he would let me know.

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That Diamond T looks like a model 80, 3/4 ton pick up, about 4000 built from 1936 to mid 1938. A good save for someone..

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Wow! what a lineup! The ist truck I owned was a 39 Diamond T 201 wrecker same cab as the 37, different grille.I've always loved hi binders!

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pretty cool rig....i remember riding in one my uncle had back around 1962   and yes i wasnt very old......lol....bob

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