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Josh - what model is this M-H, do you know? Parts donor? Stu

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All of these pics bring a tear to my eye... Their all wasting away. I know of a guy up near Prescott Valley that has some twenty to thirty old cars and trucks on his property, he has a sign "Vehicles Not For Sale"...
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Love all the pics. Hate these things are rusting away. If I had Bill Gates money I'd have to rescue them.
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From my various travels to some yards. Personally I think even if the trucks aren't able to come home with me or even restored by anyone else... They are still so interesting to view, especially in the setting where found.












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This was my dad's old '38 Ford farm truck......the truck I learned to drive in. Dad bought it in '42, it was parked in that spot in '76 and hasn't moved since.
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Agreed! Could look at these all day.
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Here's a few pics from a little trip down the river. Cars were dumped over the banks for erosion control, or just to get rid of them I guess...
Not many trucks though.
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the sheer number of late 50's Superdutys in those pics is simply amazing! And a sleeper cab truck to boot!
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That watery grave makes my stomach turn. I feel sick!
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