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  • #46
    Originally posted by StudeDave57 View Post
    [B][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3]No doors 'cept in the back.
    Okay, I thought it had outside compartments similar to a Bell System truck.

    My turn to be 'confused'

    Craig

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    • #47
      Hey Craig : Have you thought about doing the registries that Ron Ellerbe used to do yet , would be nice .

      Old Fart

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      • #48
        Hey Garyash :
        The picture may be rotated but are you sure that's not how they drive there don't forget you are 12 hours behind us or is it ahead 0f us ??

        O. F.

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          • #50
            Have one of my own. It is a 1939 Studebaker fire truck that has a Central Fire body on it. I was able to find an ad from the company in 1940 that showed the truck along with some other brands that Central made fire bodies for

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