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Some retired B's and a couple A cars

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The Autocar near the road is an interesting one. An early form of the AT64-F. You don't see to many of them around.

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if you happen to find an an acar cab that is still intact that could be bought please let me know about it

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2 hours ago, carlotpilot said:

if you happen to find an an acar cab that is still intact that could be bought please let me know about it

The burned motor home conversion I bought last fall is a DC102LT i bought to use that cab on my DC9964BSAC. The 9964 cab has dents but no rust outs but isn't the correct cab for the truck ,the DC102LT cab is. How soon do you need it? 

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20 minutes ago, 41chevy said:

The burned motor home conversion I bought last fall is a DC102LT i bought to use that cab on my DC9964BSAC. The 9964 cab has dents but no rust outs but isn't the correct cab for the truck ,the DC102LT cab is. How soon do you need it? 

no real big hurry  but when can i see it ? not real sure what a9964 looks like

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On 7/6/2019 at 2:03 AM, carlotpilot said:

no real big hurry  but when can i see it ? not real sure what a9964 looks like

Standard drivers cab but runs off highway flat fenders. Only reason for the swap is my AC powered one is a western light weight with aluminum chassis and components and full aluminum cab w/ nose. I want the correct cab on it is all.

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