I purchased a 1976 F600 with Gaynon Iron works Inc. sticker on the door jamb. I tried researching the Co. listed as inactive. Did they finish chassis-cabs? I'd like to know a little more about them there are a couple pics of older trucks in front of what looks like their former building.
Truck was a former Asplundh use, or last paint job on it anyway.
GAYNON - Gramo Pridgen Gaynon, 99, passed away at her residence Saturday, January 22, 2000. .... She was married for 42 years to Claude E. Gaynon until his death in 1959. After his death, she operated Gaynon Iron Works until she sold the business and retired in 1978.............
I would guess it was dissolved or absorbed into another business shortly thereafter.
I would guess not. Gaynon was probably a pretty small regional outfit. I didn't look at all the references you get when you google. Most of them are city or county or state bids that are made public, with Gaynon mentioned as bidding--I found one where they lost a school bus bid to a higher bid and there was a lawsuit from a taxpayer. That sort of thing doesn't tell you much about Gaynon, other than a date as a reference point. But I digress.
Buy a blank form and DIY. It's very clear from your pic that Gaynon was using a pre-printed sticker that they typed info on to.