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welcome to the group. mh is a rare breed, but, unfortunately, sno-go's don't command the dollar value you would expect. ex-i have bought 3 42-46 sno-go's in working order for between 500$ and 1500$. am in process of bying another 46 sno-go owned by local city that works every year for 1500$. that's not to say yours is not worth more. hard to say, unseen. parts for these units tend to be hard to find, and a little pricey. wouldn't mind seeing a picture or two. click on my gallery, you'll see a 42 sno-go, and what they can be with lots of time and $$$. keep us posted, and good luck.
42 1.5 ton marmon herrington all wheel drive
Thanks Stu, I have not had a lot of time to play with this. And rest assured that this truck was not part of my portfolio but, considering where those all are it isn't bad...lol I will go to the other site and keep searching. I will entertain any offer if there is anyone out there that needs a project. Thanks again.
Hi Petey, As I am new to this forum and the computer in general I am just a bit more confused then usual. The pic I found was a (beautiful)white pickup body style. Was this a Snowgo to start and then converted? If so I maybe real interested in the same conversion. Are there boxes out there or do you make this one? Thank you,
I'm just starting on a 1937 1 1/2 ton that I will make into one ton daily driver. I have four good 20" original rims that I am quite sure I will not be using. I'm still using them on the rolling frame but as I replace the front and rear ends the will become available. If you still need some later keep my contact info. email@example.com
Welcome to the group, glad to have you. Good to have a source for replacement rims for guys that are dealing with the widow maker style wheels. If your wheels are original to the truck they will be the "lock ring" style. The killer widow maker rims didn't get introduced until the mid 1940s.
You might let us know where your are located so that guys can tell whether they are close enough to come pick up the rims. Shipping on these things is the problem. I've seen good sets go unsold on ebay because the shipping added too much to the purchase cost. You can go to your personal profile section and add that to it. Or you can add it here. And last, I'm not sure the FTE "big kids" are gonna allow your email address to remain. I think that's against the rules for spam reasons. Stu
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