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Couple of AC photos I Found

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the green and white a c crane was bob brown's at the 86 convention in Seattle. wonder where it is now.

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excellent thanks for sharing...bob

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The Consolidated crane is pretty sweet!

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Great pictures, thank you for sharing!

Jack

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10 hours ago, 41chevy said:

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Wood gas fueled AC in WWII Europe

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1923 Rail Bus

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Mack Shunt

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Nice-my guess is the crane is a Bay City.  Anyone else with an opinion?. Fancy outriggers!

I noted the address on crane- 56 w 43rd.  I started my career in a regional office in Albany.  A month into the job they announce a  reorganization and Albany office gone-merged into one at 50W 44th St.  Shitkicker from New England gets introduced to the big city. Fortunately that was temporary and got my first field assignment -Buffalo-in the fleet, C-800 single axle Fords,  F-2000D Binders and CNT 900 Dodges- that was back when we made things in this country.

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11 hours ago, BOB DINGSDALE said:

the green and white a c crane was bob brown's at the 86 convention in Seattle. wonder where it is now.

it was for sale in Waterloo,Iowa a couple years ago,they were asking $10k.

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Love the big crane on the very first picture.

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