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Just west of McConnells on SC322 there's a tractor dealer, with several older tractors up front...out in back, there are several old trucks, but what they are, I dunno. One appeared to be a flatbed, by the shape of the side window it might be a 1948/54 Chebbie.
We were on our way to Brattonville and the Rose Plantation in Union.
Bill / Retired Ford Parts Manager / Part number research: 1928/2001 trucks & 1928/89 passenger cars.
Pull up Google Maps satellite view and you can get pictures of anything that isn't covered. You can go for a "virtual drive" around your chosen area and spot individual vehicles that have been sitting long enough or were there when they took the snap shot.
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