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My favorites were the long nose GMC and the bullnose Pete, very nifty trucks

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Those two trucks of Tim Hoover's are something to look at I talked to him about the repairs done on them and It wasn't like doing a b model. If you get the chance it's worth hearing about the work involved.

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11 hours ago, beatngu said:

My favorites were the long nose GMC and the bullnose Pete, very nifty trucks

I'll bet whoever drove that long nose GMC back in the day was mighty proud to be behind the wheel--it just oozes class.

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That's cool. Thanks for the link to the show pics.  That 80's Freightliner sure had a lot of time spent on it. Looks just like the truck in one of my Freightliner  ads from back in the day. Lot of nice trucks there

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Thanks for posting! Nice pics. Looks like it was a good show!

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Thank you for sharing these great show pics!

Difficult to determine the favorite. To me it's that ancient FWD.

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Good job Swishy.

And with your comments nobody will argue where the pics were taken as for that Dutch Mack N-series.

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Well thanks a lot OD. I live in FL too, but I din't get no chips

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13 minutes ago, hatcity said:

Well thanks a lot OD. I live in FL too, but I din't get no chips

That's why she shipped a big box of them to Florida- you really didn't get yours?..perhaps they got lost in the mail. I'll tell her you didn't get them.

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KooL!  That covered bridge is getting some help with some good size steel underneath.

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Great pictures . Saw one of my favorites the yellow B model Mack .

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Where was the bridge?  around Winchester?      

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18 hours ago, Hobert62 said:

Where was the bridge?  around Winchester?      

Off of exit 269 on I-81. It's on a road that goes from the potato chip factory over to rt. 11.

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Thanks. I like that kinda old industrial type stuff.    That's further then my travels have taken me.   I used to get off the woodstock exit but I think that's 28?   

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http://www.rt11.com/

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I like the sweet potato chips best, they'll be available soon. You can only get them in sweet potato season, starting some time in October.

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I like that covered bridge no less than red R-model. Could you drive through that one? No, I don't mean with the R-model :)

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