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    I happened across this '56 1 ton on e-Bay that is reposing in Nebraska.



    The cab looks solid, but the body on the back (which appears to a refrigerator style) looks to need some work on the doors. If I was closer, I would throw the opening bid of $500 at it just for the cab and lenses.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Stude...spagenameZWDVW

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  • #2
    Now wouldn't that make a cool parts hauler. [8D]

    Or maybe the Rehydration Station on wheels?

    The latter may not be such a great idea... [)]

    Matthew Burnette
    Hazlehurst, GA


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    • #3
      quote:Now wouldn't that make a cool parts hauler.
      Yeah, but it probably rides like a truck.
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      • #4
        If this guy is serious about selling this truck he really needs pictures of the interior of the truck and box. Some closeups of the outside would also help.


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        • #5
          More pictures would certainly help! Looks like a good deal for the money, seems complete for what you can see. It'd be 12 volt, so putting some refrigeration equipment in is doable.[8D]

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          • #6
            That is a cool truck.[8D] I agree that more pics would go along way. With the right two tone paint job on a refrigeration truck, a guy could be the Popsicle Dude. Sorry,I couldn't resist that one.

            Gordon

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            • #7
              Sure wish these trucks could talk.
              I love knowing the history behind a vehicle.



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              • #8
                quote:Originally posted by mbstude

                Now wouldn't that make a cool parts hauler. [8D]

                Or maybe the Rehydration Station on wheels?

                The latter may not be such a great idea... [)]

                Matthew Burnette
                Hazlehurst, GA


                Now Matthew, what do you know about the Rehydration Station, and were you carded when you went there?

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