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18 hours ago, other dog said:

I liked this one.

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That's really nice daycab F-model. And that NO PARKING sign definitely takes attention.

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Venezia is a dry bulk hauler out of Limerick Pa near Philly. They literally just finished the restoration of that F-Model a week or two ago and the graphics went on the Monday of Macungie Week. 

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15 hours ago, other dog said:

Here's a girl in a car from the interweb though.

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ain't that that russian car? 

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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32 minutes ago, other dog said:

Here's a fine looking MB Mack.

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Here's a golf cart.

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Speaking of Bethlehem Steel, if you go to Macungie the old steel mill is a very good place to visit. There's stores, shops, casinos, restaurants, etc. there. I haven't been to any of those, but they have a catwalk there by the blast furnaces that you can walk and see everything about them up close. It's really neat to see. 

Were you able to look down into the area with all the furnace-gas operated engines? That is really cool.....

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1 minute ago, 1958 F.W.D. said:

Were you able to look down into the area with all the furnace-gas operated engines? That is really cool.....

I'm not really sure what I was looking at at all times, it would be nice to go there with somebody who knew more about it and what everything was. I have a lot of pictures of it on flickr though.

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9 minutes ago, other dog said:

I'm not really sure what I was looking at at all times, it would be nice to go there with somebody who knew more about it and what everything was. I have a lot of pictures of it on flickr though.

I bet I know someone.....He may also know where to find the 16" gun from the USS Mississippi that was cast on the site in 1919. He may also know where Emeril's Fish House Restaurant is located in the Casino- which has the best chowder and banana cream pie in the known universe. 

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2 hours ago, tjc transport said:

ain't that that russian car? 

It' hard to concentrate with the driver in place but I think it is a chopped Merc lead sled '49, '50 or '51.

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On 6/22/2021 at 12:35 PM, Jamaican Bulldog said:

Nice! I was there but didn't see that B model roll off. Actually I don't remember ever seeing a B model roll off anywhere

That truck was in the Mack Museum the last time we went to Macungie. The picture doesn't really do it justice, that truck is beautiful.

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