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Street Scene Cover Truck!

All you NSRA members check out the manure spreader on the cover of Street Scene Magazine. Haven't read it yet, but wondering if the owner is a member of our forum? Anyone recognize the truck?
 
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... check out the manure spreader... Anyone recognize the truck?
Don't recognize it,but I have heard of manure.
 
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Here's the skinny on the manure spreader. It's a 52 F-1 owned by Chris Ellis of South Hill, Virginia, for 12 years. It's purple with yellow and orange flames, chromed grille bars, and a chopped top. It's a beautiful truck....for a manure spreader that is...
 
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Pictures?
Wish I could...no scanner.
 
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Ok, I might have to run down to Hastings and take a look then. Thanks for the heads up!
 
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Here's the skinny on the manure spreader. It's a 52 F-1 owned by Chris Ellis of South Hill, Virginia, for 12 years. It's purple with yellow and orange flames, chromed grille bars, and a chopped top. It's a beautiful truck....for a manure spreader that is...
What do yall mean by a manure spreader ?
 
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International Harvester, maybe?I thought those were Corn-binders?
 
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What do yall mean by a manure spreader ?

Dale , they are slamming us '51 & '52 owners . The suggest the grills look like the rear end of a dung spreader . I say the two yr . run of this truck model must be very special .
 
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Dale , they are slamming us '51 & '52 owners .
So,a manure spreader is a 51/52?Inquiring minds want to know.
 
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What do yall mean by a manure spreader ?
They're just jealous! Everyone knows the 51/52 are the best looking trucks out there!
 
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What do yall mean by a manure spreader ?
You should know! You're drivin' one!
 
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Dale , they are slamming us '51 & '52 owners . The suggest the grills look like the rear end of a dung spreader . I say the two yr . run of this truck model must be very special .
OK Then! For you slamming our 51/52. Yall stand in the road and i'll show you how much MANURE i can spread. LOL There something wrong with anyone that dislikes a 51 grill. proof in the pic.
 
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I never seen a yeller manure spreader afore! That's kinda purdy!
 
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I guess there's supposed to be some resemblance




Still better looking than a monkey face though...
 

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