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Old 01-04-2012, 05:33 PM
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1941 factory 6 wheel drive

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This truck was among about 50 other old trucks sold by silent auction,,,The truck ran and had factory marmon herrington 6x6,,thought you'd like it.
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Sweet!!!!!!!!!
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Way Too cool!
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seeing that one i cant wait to start on my 6x6
as soon as the 48 is done
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Be nice to know more about it! Thanks for the picture.
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