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Old 02-15-2014, 05:36 PM
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Possible marmon herrington

Found this while searching craigslist. Doesnt say its an MH but if someone was interested they could call the guy and find out.

1952 Ford F6 Dump 4WD
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I suspect it is. Looks to have the typical M-H front hub cover.



Here's another one I wish I lived closer to.

1952 ford f5 4x4

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I'm diggin' that F6 dump truck. Wish mine had a single ram to lift the bed.
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Both trucks have Coleman 4 x 4 conversions. Much more rare than an M-H.
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Hmmm. Can you tell if the yellow F-5 is an old Snogo? Stu
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Hmmm. Can you tell if the yellow F-5 is an old Snogo? Stu
Thats an interesting thought. After you said that i noticed the two rust spots on the cab about where the headlights would have been mounted if it was a snogo?
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Yeah, but I thought too the cab lights could have been used on a regular plow truck. And the front guard doesn't seem stout enough to hold a blower. It's DRW, which a Snogo wouldn't have been, but the duals could have been added. The bed looks wide too like would be on an original dually. I guess it's not worth driving to Reno to figure out. Stu
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Boy, those are some stout looking trucks

My wife would love it if I brought one of those home.....LOL
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