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  • Odd "Original" M-15

    I came across this e-Bay ad for "A Rare, Originally Restored 1946 Studebaker 1 Ton Dually M15 Pickup". This truck has 20" wheels, a big 6, M-16 fender extensions yet appears to be a 120" WB to handle the 8' box. He provides no serial number and I can't tell if the cab is from a M-15 where the firewall has been cut to accomodate the larger engine.

    The truck is less than original (note all the gauges, the steering wheel, etc.) but is interesting. Anyone have any information on it?




    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1946-...ayphotohosting


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    Bet it rides like a truck...............
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      Bet it rides like a truck...............
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