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F-6 COE Marmon Herrington on ebay

I just saw an F-6 COE Marmon Herrington up for sale on ebay. Ad says it came out of a barn. I have no connection and no direct knowledge. Just passing it along...

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oops - it is an F-6 COE Marmon Herrington

sorry, could not edit subject line. It is an F-6.

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That's a pretty solid looking old truck! Thanks for sharing.

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It does look solid. Probably a good thing I'm not close - still a lot to do on my current truck.

Doc, thanks for tip, I was able to change the title now.

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That truck was in a couple of threads her by two different guys claiming it was theirs. That was explained that it was a father and son. I'm too lazy, and too busy, to go search for it, but I seem to recall they were going to keep it. I had a feeling though they were fishing for a value.
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That truck was in a couple of threads her by two different guys claiming it was theirs. That was explained that it was a father and son. I'm too lazy, and too busy, to go search for it, but I seem to recall they were going to keep it. I had a feeling though they were fishing for a value.
I had the same feeling about the postings regarding that truck. That is a rock solid & rare truck. I hope someone preserves it. Wish I could save all of them!
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That truck was in a couple of threads her by two different guys claiming it was theirs. That was explained that it was a father and son. I'm too lazy, and too busy, to go search for it, but I seem to recall they were going to keep it. I had a feeling though they were fishing for a value.
I think that was a different but similar one, James. It too had a manure spreader on it.... I Think....
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It has to be the same one Abe. It's located in Bishop, which is in the Owens Valley of California where the other one came from. Same colour, same manure spreader, even the same story of new owner cleaning out the barn.
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Guys-go back a page to the "What do I have here" thread. I posted about the eBay listing there a few days ago. Stu
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It has to be the same one Abe. It's located in Bishop, which is in the Owens Valley of California where the other one came from. Same colour, same manure spreader, even the same story of new owner cleaning out the barn.
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Guys-go back a page to the "What do I have here" thread. I posted about the eBay listing there a few days ago. Stu
Stu, if you buy the truck I will help you push it to your house!
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I appreciate the offer. Wish I was able to take you up on it, but sadly not gonna happen. Stu
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I just saw this one last week when I was out in Tucson AZ for my daughters weeding . I was back off the road . This is as close as I could get to it
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I have a felling this guy has a lot of trucks there others there
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Is that offer good to anyone? If I bought the truck would you push it to my house?
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