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Yeah right, me too!
Don't you guys know "When you have the money you don't have the time, when you have the time you don't have the money!"
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Here's another from my imagination but could have actually been made:

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Bob, you are so good! Looks like the Huckster produce trucks that Chevy made from 48-50 something....
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Those 46/7/8 Mercury utes were made here in Australia and even here they are pretty rare now. i havent seen one in the flesh for years. John
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Don't you guys know "When you have the money you don't have the time, when you have the time you don't have the money!"
Abe, you're lucky. I agree, when I have the time I also don't have the money but it seems when I don't have the time I still don't have the money.
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Ok, probably not really super odd, but I took this picture about a year or so ago. this is just over the mountain from me.
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Any chance in getting the old bread truck? From the picture it looks like a very decent truck. It would make a great RV or parts hauler.

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Any chance in getting the old bread truck? From the picture it looks like a very decent truck. It would make a great RV or parts hauler.

I know, I'm an enabler but I have to try to live through others sometimes to satisfy my addiction.

It wouldn't be the first time I've knocked on doors to ask!
But my biggest fear if I did is that they would say take it away< Then I've got another huge truck, I've got no space.
Although I could use it as a parts storage I guess, hmmmm maybe next time I'm that way I'll stop by and see if its still there and maybe for sale??

How about If they sell it I bring it to you? you need it more than I do, plus it's your year does look decent though.
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If you can get it for free and want to deliver it to me, I'll even pay for the gas, I'll take it with one catch; when my wife starts throwing things I can hitch a ride with you out of the state.
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I love how that picture shows the ultimate in 'big-n-little' tires, with the Fred Flintstone log wheel sticking out of the rear fenderwell.
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Ya Bob, paint it purple and live in it! don't we have a member here, Hess? or Angel ?? if I remember right who lives in one and drives it across country? havent heard from him in a long time.
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Ya Bob, paint it purple and live in it! don't we have a member here, Hess? or Angel ?? if I remember right who lives in one and drives it across country? havent heard from him in a long time.
Great idea! I'd paint it purple and park it on the farm just to pi$$ my in laws off They think I take up too much of the 100 acre farm with the few vehicles I have. The dippy hippy who had the purple bread van didn't hang around long once he found that vast majority of the FTE didn't take too kindly to his free living, welfare living off others life style. He was a 20 something on disability because he suffered anxiety attacks. I have anxiety attacks also when I have to figure out how I'm going to get 80 hours of work done in 60 hour.

Wayne, that old oval heating oil barrel would make for one bumpy ride Click the image to open in full size.
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