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  • From the archives #149 (M Series milk truck)

    In 1941 William Colteryahn wanted the snazziest looking milk truck in Pittsburgh, PA so bought a new Studebaker M15 and had a special body built. Would be nice to see it in color. The Dayton wheels and caps were unique to the 1941-42 models and are quite rare.

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    Richard Quinn
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    I wonder if it was Mr. Colteryahn or his sons that was the driving force behind the purchase of this truck?
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    • #3
      there was a milk truck at the '06 National Meet in Omaha..I've got a picture of the side of it from across the parking lot..Unable to tell if it is an M series. (Sorry picture really not worth posting, maybe someone has a better shot of it.)
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      • #4
        Here's that milk truck from the Omaha meet...







        It was a beautiful truck. However, the Dayton wheels shown in Richard's picture are to die for!
        Dick Steinkamp
        Bellingham, WA

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        • #5
          Yep, same truck I saw in 2008: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...ighlight=frogs

          Craig

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          • #6
            There's an M milk truck for sale near me. It has no floor but otherwise complete. If interested I could get some pics when the snow is gone but last time I spoke to the owner he was dreaming on the price.
            Rob in PA.

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            • #7
              I have to confess that it brings to mind the ol' Divco milk truck we converted to a floor-cleaners' vehicle when I was moonlighting at a couple part-time jobs while an undergrad. I'd not thought of that thing for decades!!! Thanks for the (inadvertent) memories!!!

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              • #8
                Milk Truck . ! . . Was doing some digging last year and had to work around this abandoned heap ..........

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