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don`t know what you call it but garrett freightlines had some of them

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4 hours ago, BOB DINGSDALE said:

not very many of those left lying around.nice find

Actually found two!  Both with the I.H. v8's

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1 minute ago, Phase 1 said:

I think Daryl Gushee had a yellow one like that.

He had a yellow one and a red one.

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Rare indeed!  1947 Westcoaster COE.

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Thinking back they had a farmall truck, single axle that had a big 6cyl. Probably late 60’s model; it pulled great; but got a 70’s model Chevy & 427 & changed carberator on it & it was a bad dude; couldn’t put anybody in it.

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First Emeryville.  Came in both cabover and conventional, aluminum cab, Cummins H or Hall-Scott gasoline power, maybe a few had Buda's.  Rare truck.  

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                                       And a few RD 405's

                                       

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On 11/27/2018 at 7:27 AM, kscarbel2 said:

W Series "Westcoaster" with EW cab (1946-1949).

http://www.hankstruckpictures.com/pix/trucks/t_brad_dunkin/2008/04-24/file0008.jpg

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Seems to be the same truck but not as abused as when I looked at it.

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