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Old 03-04-2018, 10:37 PM
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Address of C S Johnston blacksmith shop in Glendive MT was 115 South Kendrick Avenue. Historical Aerials has grainy pics back to 1965, building appears to have been demolished before then, best I can tell.
Hey, thanks for that. Just wondered, ya never know! Well we do now anyway.

edit: I noticed you said something about historical aerials. As if it were a website. Well, I gotta just say. YOU SUCK!! Cuz I found another "time sink" didn't even know existed.

https://www.historicaerials.com/
 
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I doubt even you guys can ID the truck from the little bit of what's showing, but it's a pretty cool picture regardless
 
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I doubt even you guys can ID the truck from the little bit of what's showing, but it's a pretty cool picture regardless
I would say it is a GM product "40-'46 range.
 
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Don't know about the truck, but looks like my daddy's old Rambler right down to the puke green dragging hind tit.
 
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I doubt even you guys can ID the truck from the little bit of what's showing, but it's a pretty cool picture regardless



And what about the red truck to the right?
 
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And what about the red truck to the right?
good eye.. I would guess international
 
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Don't know about the truck, but looks like my daddy's old Rambler right down to the puke green dragging hind tit.
My Dad had the same old Rambler, torque tube drive, I remember cus it broke on a hunting trip....
 
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good eye.. I would guess international
I was thinking a scout 800 with half cab. Could be bronco? I agree about the GM on the flatbed. Also a great couple of photos of that 36? Ford truck with family on board.
 
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I was thinking a scout 800 with half cab. Could be bronco? I agree about the GM on the flatbed. Also a great couple of photos of that 36? Ford truck with family on board.
Early '60's Scout. Across the water, a '61 full size Chev. and a '61-'62 full size Ford wagon.
 
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And what about the red truck to the right?
Looks like a Scout
 
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I love the graphics of these old adds.
 
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1939 ford modified coe on a marmon Harrington 4x4. It was used as a brush vehicle on cape cod. They were called Cape cod brush breakers
 
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