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My buddy's Mazda B2200 sitting under my other buddy,s F-7
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Chuck's F7 is awesome!
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This is my big truck

And this is my little truck
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I live on a half mile of really bad road up the side of a mountain. I vote for the BIG ones. And the bias ply tires are just one more feather in your caps! Holy cow, that's some cool trucks......
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I friggin love seeing these trucks still alive and doing work 60 years later.
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I love both of them equally! looks cold though.

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Click the image to open in full size. Reflections Click the image to open in full size. A couple more of a cool fleet ... Most retired

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not a ford but damn pretty:

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Well I can only say "It´s in the details!!"
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very cool pics. I bet it's a lot of fun driving/owning one of those "BIG BOY" trucks.
Ignore the next sentence: Note to self, "get a bigger yard to store bigger toys".
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There are some pretty awesome trucks there.
The reflection of Chuck's COE is way cool.

OT, but this picture immediately reminded my of "Are you my Mother" by P.D. Eastman
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I was thinking Mike Mulligan, and MaryAnne.....
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There are some pretty awesome trucks there.
The reflection of Chuck's COE is way cool.

OT, but this picture immediately reminded my of "Are you my Mother" by P.D. Eastman
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Photos like that are interesting but sad too with all that derelict machinery and trucks most of which will just rust away (or be crushed, melted down). I hate seeing old cars lying in paddocks, makes me want to take it home and look after it.

Reminds me of a photo series I looked at recently of the worlds 7 biggest battle tank graveyards. Man I saw a few things there I would love to bring home from around the world. My wife probably would not appreciate it in our suburban backyard though. Tanks have fascinated me since I was quite young, but never got to work in them.
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My old girl has the original look, which I do love. It does have a few mods, but I think it is only lightly toasted. I would like to customise the body of my truck, but don't have the nerve, the skill or the money to do significant custom panel work rebuild. Long live the darkside and those with the courage to travel there.
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Trust me. There are TONS of stray iron I would love to bring home and back to life, but my wife puts up with the fleet I have now, so I guess I'm lucky There's only so much time we all have anyhow! I just feel prove lived to at least see them before they...or I go

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63 unibody with big back window (roof w/ window for sale)

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Retired ladder truck from New Haven,CT (twin is further in the yard)
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That Hahn conversion looks pretty sweet, great condition from what you can see here. What is the significance of that conversion?
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My old girl has the original look, which I do love. It does have a few mods, but I think it is only lightly toasted. I would like to customise the body of my truck, but don't have the nerve, the skill or the money to do significant custom panel work rebuild. Long live the darkside and those with the courage to travel there.
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