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Old 03-05-2011, 10:28 PM
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OT IH Metro and 48 F Resto project and Polygamous Wagon

Check out my new truck! I want to do an all original resto (yes, not a poodle truck ) only thing is; I'm going to change the grill and front clip to a 51 since this one might be a bit too much bondo for me! (I only have a 5 gallon bucket ) Abyone got a roll of chicken wire I can borrow...
ok, not really my truck but thought it was a cool picture!
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also a cool 1950 IH van I saw for sale in local adds. looks real nice!

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oh ya and looks like a local polygamous family is liquidating the family wagon/grocery getter

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The Suburban is a rare beast. It's an early airport shuttle. I wonder who built it? I've seen another one like it a few years ago at a swap meet. Also saw a 55 or 57 Chevy sedan airport shuttle at Hot August Nights several years ago.
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You can buff that out can't you?
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That truck is worth only for its grille. It looks to be perfect!
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I bet it still has correct radiator saddle bolts...
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That mirror looks good, too. I don't think that hood is any better than mine, though, lol.
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nice finds.i have a question on the first truck.If it was a poodle truck would it still be a wrecker? or would it be a ''poodle only'' wrecker? lol
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