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Old 10-31-2009, 05:37 PM
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Talking We need some Heavy Duty Truck Pics!

I hang around all the different forums, from Ranger to Bronco but I seem to find this forum the most fun and I love seeing old pics of Large Trucks. So I figured might as well start a thread. Just for the record I drive a early 80's International Dump Truck at work.

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Old 10-31-2009, 08:23 PM
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Ok..Been hauling some gravel this last week.
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Old 10-31-2009, 08:49 PM
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Ok..Been hauling some gravel this last week.
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That's a real beauty! Good to see a truck like that still doing real work. Nice!
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Here's one I saw hauling out of the same gravel pit I was the other day.
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Old 11-01-2009, 02:20 PM
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How about this?

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Um,

It's a little STUCK, wouldn't you say?
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Certainly would. It had a full load of sugar beets on it when the mud on the road sucked it in. I wasn't driving but I did take it up and dump it after it was winched out. It came out without tipping which I was impressed with.
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Here's a couple of my latest aquisition: '79 F600 Rescue Truck. It has 22k miles on it. I think I am going to remove the rescue body and install a dumping flatdeck.

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I Love the dash!
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Well, the best I can do is this one....although I guess mine isn't all that "big"

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Here's some:
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These ones in CUBA are still in use today since the embargo prohibits them getting new ones.
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Wow! They have some neat old trucks in Cuba.
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I drive my dump truck across the front of the Flying J in Willard, Utah several times a day because I haul gravel down the farm road there. I was happy to find this old Aeromax in such good condition.
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YouTube - QT Ford F600 6x6
heres one of the south american 57-60 bodystyles, probably built in the 1970's
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Nice trucks....keep them comming!
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Here's mine
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It's a 1978 Ford F600 powered by a 361 FT engine. Good running, and I'm trying to get it road worthy again cause while it's ok that it gets to run around on the property (bunch of gravel roads) it'd be really cool to get it back on the road.

Anyway it's grandpa's old lumber truck that I bought from my grandma after I got it running again.

Hope you enjoy the big ford!
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