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Old 09-23-2012, 07:09 AM
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Yesterday a good friend and I hauled a crusher car to another friends yard 2 towns away. We were doing a walk about looking for a 57 Ford wagon to get a quarter panel for his 57 Sedan Delivery. In the course of walking around I must have found ten 57-60 pickups and 2-3 big trucks. I found 2 short beds and a big window. He said he'd sell them cheap. Not sure what cheap is because he's usually high priced on the old stuff. None of the pickups are whole, most are missing parts. I think there was only one or two grilles.
Still, a good find.
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Pictures of the big trucks please!! I'm curious
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Yesterday a good friend and I hauled a crusher car to another friends yard 2 towns away. We were doing a walk about looking for a 57 Ford wagon to get a quarter panel for his 57 Sedan Delivery.
Tudor sedan, hardtop, convertible, Ranchero and tudor wagon quarter panels can cut to fit a Sedan Delivery. Fordor wagon won't work, too short.

Give Mike @ Big M Automotive in Williams CA a call, may have what you're looking for.

Studebaker GI army trucks were used to build the Alcan Highway. Studie collectors have been looking for these trucks for decades.

Aren't finding many, because most Studies were "lend leased" to the Russkies.

Last May, I'm walking around the AK Transportation Museum in Wasilla, and what's there? GI issue Alcan Highway Studebaker dump truck.
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