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Wonder if the Cracker Box has full Air Ride.

"OPERTUNITY IS MISSED BY MOST PEOPLE BECAUSE IT IS DRESSED IN OVERALLS AND LOOKS LIKE WORK"  Thomas Edison

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for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter.

 

when you are up to your armpits in alligators,

it is hard to remember you only came in to drain the swamp..

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7 hours ago, tjc transport said:

That was on Route 33 and Millstone Rd.  It was there for a long time.  Would have been interesting to see how it got up there.  

"for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter."

 

 

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8 hours ago, tjc transport said:

for many many years Allied van lines had a "crackerbox" and trailer on the roof of the storage facility on Rt#130 in Millstone NJ. 

i was down there a few months ago and it is finally gone. the facility is now a storage yard for a boat transporter.

 

You'd have to have a good strong roof to hold that!!

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18 hours ago, 41chevy said:

Wonder if the Cracker Box has full Air Ride.

Those air ride versions sat lower, or seemed to have a different stance compared to std.  My guess is from the front suspension geometry.

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23 minutes ago, GOOG said:

 

yes you are correct. 33 just east of Millstone Rd next to the Millstone deli. 

was there for at least 40 years.. i first saw it in 1975. 

i do know it was just a shell, no engine, trans, or guts in the axles.

it also sat on a steel "I" beam frame to distribute the weight load. 

when you are up to your armpits in alligators,

it is hard to remember you only came in to drain the swamp..

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