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Old 11-17-2010, 10:31 PM
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My 53 at work in the back yard.


Salt Flats support truck, looks like a 53, great profile. This is why I love the post war trucks. Can you imagine the story that guy is telling?
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I'm still laughing about the monkey face with bifocals...thanks Havi.
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here's my 49 f1 on a recent trip to the transfer station.
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Cool pics, Reed and Jeffie, of your trucks and you using them for what they were designed to do.

I bet the guys at the transfer station got a kick out of this old truck hauling junk. It has happened to me with my '54.

Jeff, did you take your tailgate off? to protect it?
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We took the tailgate off because it was going to fall off. I must admit that the only thing that thing has hauled besides me, is leaves. I found the truck in Scranton, it was on EBAY about seven years ago. The tailgate is on now.
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There are so many cool pictures in this thread. But I really love the old trucks that are working today. To think that these trucks were built 60 years ago and are still working is just so cool.
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Here's one I spotted today. I don't know who the owner is, but it looks to me like this truck is still workin' for a living.
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It's been a while since we've added anything to this thread, and I found this on the HAMB I thought would look good here.

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Here`s a 56 M700 for sale 600 miles away from me, $4,500.
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Thank you Fomoko 1 for the #160 post. I have been looking for 53-56 Merc coe's to get vin numbers to verify where they were built. I just e-mailed the person to see if he will e-mail partial vin. Can only wait and see.As my 56 Merc. coe has a U.S. vin 52 Merc (and some others) and I threw the idea around awhile ago that possibly the 53-56's were all built at Detroit TruckSo far I have only found two other Mercs but no way to contact. Oddly #160 has Ford emblem on the hood as did one in Calgary, Alta. Did a post a while ago asking other Merc. coe owners to step forward, but no luck. May try again in the new year. Happy Holidays.
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Wow, that is a great find!

Is is driveable?
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Glad I could help and happy holidays to you too!
I don`t have any info on it, perhaps use the ad reply to contact the seller Bruce.
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jmadsen's first pic in post #125 I believe was taken a few miles east of Hobe, B.C. on the Hope - Princeton Hwy. Note the trucks in pics one and two both have sanders on them, good hint as to winter weather conditions on that hwy. Trucked over that road a few times in the 80's, could get a bit hairy.
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I don`t have any info on it, perhaps use the ad reply to contact the seller Bruce.
I hope that's what I did when I said I e-mailed him
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