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This truck belongs to a fellow Metro Jersey club member. 

The info tag is mislabeled.  Check out the grill badge!!!!☺️

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"If it's all the sime to you... I'll droyve that tankah"   Max Rockatansky (The Road Warrior)

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9 hours ago, Chuck P said:

This truck belongs to a fellow Metro Jersey club member. 

The info tag is mislabeled.  Check out the grill badge!!!!☺️

 

LM  KooL!   I read the window card and saw LJ.  Thanks for the correction.

Jim

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On 7/21/2018 at 3:27 PM, Vladislav said:

Wow!

When did you spot it on the grass? I remember seeing that truck loaded on a trailer only.

With over 800 trucks on the field, it was easy to get distracted!

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Jim

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1 hour ago, j hancock said:

With over 800 trucks on the field, it was easy to get distracted!

Yes, it was way too much to take in for one day and the weather was spectacular.

There can't be that many non-offset LM's around.  The only other one that comes to mind is the big red LMSW oilfield truck in Upstate NY.

I had heard that this truck was recently discovered and is back with its original family.  This was its maiden show and it had a prime location.

Awesome piece of equipment!

"If it's all the sime to you... I'll droyve that tankah"   Max Rockatansky (The Road Warrior)

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On 7/24/2018 at 6:45 PM, Chuck P said:

Yes, it was way too much to take in for one day and the weather was spectacular.

There can't be that many non-offset LM's around.  The only other one that comes to mind is the big red LMSW oilfield truck in Upstate NY.

I had heard that this truck was recently discovered and is back with its original family.  This was its maiden show and it had a prime location.

Awesome piece of equipment!

There were multiple lots of military LMSW heavy wrecker untits supplied to Britishes under Lend-Lease during WW2. Similar ones were used by Canadian corps either. Those all were non-offset cabs but with simple design front fenders. And later series had military pattern open cabs.

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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