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1945 Sterling cummins


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we're on the same page with that. first  thought looking at the pictures. a LT relative for sure . to have an unlimited check book ! that's one truck you don't see many of. would be a class act with proper total resto. in the day trucks were made for working , yet so many had style. unlike the plastic of today. 

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Impressive thingy!

Does that engine have decompression setup or anything else those "second injection lines" were used for?

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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52 minutes ago, Vladislav said:

Impressive thingy!

Does that engine have decompression setup or anything else those "second injection lines" were used for?

Fuel return?

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2 hours ago, Vladislav said:

Impressive thingy!

Does that engine have decompression setup or anything else those "second injection lines" were used for?

ole school ; the cable going from firewall to front top lever.  some had compression release ; mack had the series parallel switch. HD equipment  had things like pony motors (cat D8), or the IH (dresser) had =start on gas , flip both levers , fire up the diesel; such a beautiful sound engine going gas to diesel-OH the good days. lets see which had a computer = NONE

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