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Old 12-22-2009, 09:39 AM
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1966 Divco Milk Truck

I just found a 1966 Divco Milk Truck like this for sale. It doesn't look quite this good, but it is all there and original. 6 cylinder Ford motor, body is in fair shape. Wondering what one of the old Divco Milk Trucks are worth.
They look really cool restored.
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Old 12-22-2009, 09:57 AM
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I'd suggest asking that here. Divco Club of America - Home
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I found that site. You have to be a member to view post or ask questions.
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That brings back memories of my childhood. I remember the milkman leaving milk, eggs, and butter by the back door every few days and he had a truck just like that. Does any company still do that? My guess is no.
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They've become quite popular recently. Good ones are hard to find. I don't think unrestored they are worth huge money though as they are a difficult vehicle to restore and have limited "usability" because they are not geared for highway use. I think if I were really interested in one of these, $24 is not much to spend to learn a lot more about them.
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